How To Make Homemade Pomegranate Juice-Drinks Made Easy

Love pomegranates? This recipe shows you an easy way to enjoy pomegranate juice. In 5 minutes, you can enjoy a glass of fresh and pure juice. Add some ice for a refreshing drink during hot summer days. Whip up a new cocktail drink with a hint of pomegranate juice. Try making homemade grenadine using pomegranate juice. Endless possibilities for this delicious juice!

This recipe takes about 5 minutes to make. Serves roughly 1 pint of juice.


• 3 pomegranates
• One-fourth cup of water


Score the pomegranate from the outside to cut it in half.
Hold one-half of the fruit in the palm of your hand seeds down.
Tap the back of the fruit using a wooden spoon. The seeds will fall off.
Repeat these steps for all the pomegranates.
Place the seeds in a blender, and add one-fourth cup of water.
Blend until the seeds are crushed.
Use a strainer to separate the pulp from the juice. Push the pulp down the strainer with the back of a spoon.
Transfer the juice to a glass and serve.

Ideas And Tips:

• Pomegranate comes from a fruit-bearing shrub which originated in Iran. This fruit is popular in the Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Indian cuisine. This versatile fruit is also used as medicine and as a spice. It is rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, and folate acid.

• If the juice is too sour for your liking, consider adding some honey or agave nectar to the juice. Best served chilled.

How To Make Homemade Pomegranate Juice-Drinks Made Easy
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