Use to make salad dressing and brush over meats before grilling or barbecueing.
Other Common Names: Anardana, Pomegranate Molasses. Botanical Name: (Punica granatum)
Contains: Pomegranate molasses, sugar, citric acid, salt.
Description & Use: The fruit of a deciduous sub-tropical bush, which has an agreeable, tangy yet fruity flavour. The Molasses made from the fruit is used in a similar way to Tamarind in Middle Eastern cooking. Pomegranate is used in countries as far apart as Russia and Mexico. The French non-alcoholic cordial Grenadine is made from Pomegranate and Pomegranate Molasses can be used to make salad dressings and to brush meats such as pork before roasting.
Produce of Lebanon packed in Australia.
Pomegranate Seeds (Anardana) are used as a souring agent in Indian cooking in a similar manner to Tamarind, Kokam and Amchur.