Pomegranates

Pomegranates

9/4/2020  By Jenifer Smith

 

 

Pomegranates have long been known for their antioxidants and superfruit health benefits. The flesh is not eaten but the seeds are eaten and juiced. One pomegranate is estimated to have between 200 to 1,400 seeds. The season on pomegranates is usually September to November. They grow best in hot and dry climates. The origin of pomegranates is suspected to range from NE Turkey to Afghanistan.

This month in the test kitchen, Carolyn created a new Pomegranate Strawberry blend. She took this blend and created a great alternative to hummus called Muhammara. This dip goes well on a mezze plate or could even be served as an appetizer for the holidays.

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