How to Seed a Pomegranate

Saturday, November 24


The other day on Instagram, Miss Jora posted an image of a bowl of festive pomegranates from her yard (yes, her yard!!).  I immediately decided I had to share this post with you on seeding a pomegranate without making a mess.  It's seriously the best method I've ever used (and I'm fairly certain I've tried them all), and only takes about 3 minutes to complete.  So, if you're lucky enough to have a pomegranate tree in your back yard, or simply pick them up at the grocery store, this post on how to seed a pomegranate is for you.  Pomegranate seeds make the perfect garnish for a chilled fresh fruit salad, many savory meat dishes and chocolate cake.

Here's to a beautiful and delicious beginning to this year's holiday season!

images by me

3 comments:

Jeff said...

Cristina and I used to always get them out in a bowl of cold water... This, however, not only works like a charm, but is also kinda fun.. haha

erin said...

As a child, we had a pomegranate tree in our yard. I don't remember too much fuss about eating them. My mom would cut them open for us and then we'd go outside and dig the seeds out and eat them with our hands. I'm sure we were covered with juice and made a huge mess but we didn't care. Funny how I have no memory of eating them inside the house! This method is a little more "grown-up" and compatible with inside-the-house-consumption! haha

Tracey Ayton Photography said...

Thanks for sharing! Lovin' the pics!

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