How to Seed a Pomegranate

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If you’ve never opened a pomegranate or you already have a method of removing the seeds, you’ll want to watch my instructions on How to Seed a Pomegranate.

If you've never opened a pomegranate or you already have a method of removing the seeds, you'll want to watch my instructions on How to Seed a Pomegranate.

Its been awhile since I put something on my blog in the “tips & tricks” category. I often forget that I may know a few kitchen hacks here and there. Much like my awesome hair dresser thinks its common knowledge on how to create barrel curls with a flat iron, yet when I try it I look like I used a giant crimping iron. I recently started making videos and my sister recommended that I show some kind of tip and the first thing that came to mind was how to crack open a pomegranate and get the seeds out. That is, how to crack it open without looking like you’re walking away from a violent crime seen because you’re spattered with red. I don’t remember when I learned this trick, but I’ve never strayed. I’ve seen a lot of techniques where you cut the entire fruit in half, but I hate doing that because you slice all of the seeds in your path. I’ve also seen a trick where you beat the outside with a spoon. I have yet to try that method, simply because the way I do it works so well. there’s just something so zen about popping those seeds out too. Instead of explaining it, go ahead and watch the video. Fair warning: if your volume is on, you won’t be able to get the song out of your head for approximately 2.3 days.

What how I do it below:

Below are some of my favorite pomegranate recipes. Just click on the photo to take you to the recipe:

If you want a lip smacking cocktail that’s perfect for the winter holidays, mix up an easy to make Pomegranate Whiskey Sour.

Few things are better than tasty brown butter Pomegranate Orange Muffins, full of fresh pomegranate seeds and orange zest, with your morning cup of coffee.

If you're looking for the perfect healthy winter side salad, this Pomegranate Orange Arugula Spinach Salad with a homemade vinaigrette is full of flavor.

This Pomegranate Vinaigrette is a fresh and healthy way to dress your dark leafy green salads.

This vibrant and delicious Pomegranate Cosmopolitan made with vodka and Grand Marnier is easy to make and will be the talk of any holiday party.

If you've never opened a pomegranate or you already have a method of removing the seeds, you'll want to watch my instructions on How to Seed a Pomegranate.
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    • Krissy says

      That was my fault, Ralph! I temporarily took it down because I had to replace it with another. Its up there now! -Krissy

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