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42 Popular Pomegranate Recipes Worth Making

If you love the flavor of pomegranate, learn how to make pomegranate dishes, desserts, drinks, and more!

Pomegranates are known for their deep maroon coloring and rich, sweet flavor.

Puffed rice cakes with peanut butter, pomegranate seeds and mint

A native fruit of the Middle East and South Asia, pomegranates have been a key crop in Asia, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean for centuries.

Pomegranates have a glossy red peel with a thickness and texture like a grapefruit peel. Beneath the peal is the heart of the fruit, comprised of dozens of delicate, fruit-covered seeds.

Pomegranates are the perfect balance of tart and sweet, but the sizeable fruit-to-seed ratio makes it cumbersome to enjoy a pomegranate as a plain fruit.

Therefore, I’ve provided the following pomegranate recipes below to showcase this beloved fruit’s utility as a flavoring agent.

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From sweet to savory and from breakfast to dinner to dessert, use your pomegranates in these pomegranate recipes!

If you’re looking for fall recipes, check out the best pumpkin recipes to make!

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Written by Erin Elizabeth

Erin lives in East Passyunk and enjoys checking out the local restaurants in South Philly and beyond. Her favorite restaurants are those with spicy food and outdoor seating so that she can bring along her dog, Miss Piggy.