Cortas Pomegranate Molasses
- Brand: Halal Foods
- Thick and rich, pomegranate molasses is often used in Middle Eastern desserts, and to add some sweetness to savory dishes, too.
- Spoon it over roasted root vegetables, spread it on toast with tahini, or blend it into a smoothie for some natural sweetness.
- Pomegranate Molasses is made by reducing fresh pomegranate juice, lemon juice, and sugar until it is the consistency of a thick syrup.
- It is popular in Middle Eastern cuisine.
- It can be used to make salad dressing, vegetable or meat glazes, dips, stews, desserts, or refreshing drinks.
- It mixes well with olive oil, pepper, spices, and garlic for savory dishes; or orange juice, cream, berries, or vanilla for sweet dishes.
- Vegetables like brussel sprouts, red and green peppers, eggplant, onion, and lentils are complimented by the tartness of pomegranate.
- Meats like duck, chicken, and beef also take well to pomegranate flavors.
- A popular Syrian dish, Muhammara, is made with red peppers, walnuts, and pomegranate molasses.
- Ingredients: Pomegranate concentrated juice, sugar.
Legal Grocery Disclaimer
Product packaging and material may contain more and/or different information from the website, including the product description, country of origin, nutrition, ingredient, allergen and other information. ZIPPGROCERY does not represent or warrant that the nutrition, ingredient, allergen and other product information on our Website or Mobile sites are accurate or complete, since this information comes from the product manufacturers. Always read labels, warnings, and directions and other information provided with the product before using or consuming a product. Information and statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. For additional information about a product, please contact the manufacturer. Any additional pictures are suggested servings only.
There are no inquiries yet.