What to do with not quite ripe Pomegranate?

petra_gwJuly 26, 2012

One of the poms looked ripe, so hubby cut it. Turns out the seeds have a slight pink tinge, but not even close to red, and they are really tart. Is there anything this can be used for except composting? I googled, but couldn't find any suggestions.

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jadeite

Pomegranate seeds are used to make anardana, an Indian spice with a tartness like sumac or amchoor. If you google anardana, you'll find recipe that make use of this flavor. Personally I love the tang of these spices, especially in Indian or Eastern Mediterranean cooking.

Cheryl

    Bookmark   July 27, 2012 at 4:27PM
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petra_gw

Thanks much for the suggestion, I will look it up.

    Bookmark   July 27, 2012 at 7:45PM
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