Comments on: Pomegranate molasses http://vagabondgourmand.com/pomegranate-molasses/ Tue, 23 Aug 2011 09:03:03 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.2.1 By: marolyn http://vagabondgourmand.com/pomegranate-molasses/comment-page-1/#comment-13405 marolyn Fri, 10 Dec 2010 19:36:19 +0000 http://vagabondgourmand.com/?p=1851#comment-13405 Ilke - this was a surprise for me, too: that's it, pomegranate juice. period. Again, it depends on the varieties you can find in your markets - some are more tangy and might ask for a touch of sugar, but most have enough natural flavor to keep the (condensed) character naturally. All the better for us! Just found another twist: try a drop or two in sparkling water or sparkling wine, with a few arils it makes a festive & refreshing apéro.... let us know how you use it! Ilke – this was a surprise for me, too: that’s it, pomegranate juice. period. Again, it depends on the varieties you can find in your markets – some are more tangy and might ask for a touch of sugar, but most have enough natural flavor to keep the (condensed) character naturally. All the better for us! Just found another twist: try a drop or two in sparkling water or sparkling wine, with a few arils it makes a festive & refreshing apéro…. let us know how you use it!

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By: Ilke http://vagabondgourmand.com/pomegranate-molasses/comment-page-1/#comment-13314 Ilke Tue, 07 Dec 2010 01:39:55 +0000 http://vagabondgourmand.com/?p=1851#comment-13314 That is it? No magic ingredient or sugar even? I guess I should not be surprised as it lends sourness to the dish! Thanks for sharing :) Now I will have to get in the kitchen this weekend and try it, as it is in season! That is it? No magic ingredient or sugar even? I guess I should not be surprised as it lends sourness to the dish!
Thanks for sharing :) Now I will have to get in the kitchen this weekend and try it, as it is in season!

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