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Pomegranate molasses salad dressing

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Pomegranate molasses salad dressing

Do you have a neglected bottle of pomegranate molasses in your pantry that you bought for a recipe and never used again?

Let me help you out.

First a little background: Pomegranate molasses is a thick, dark ruby red liquid that is a beautiful combination of  sour and sweet.The taste is some what reminiscent of balsamic vinegar. They share the intense sweet yet tart notes.

Pomegranate molasses is made by boiling down the juice of a special variety of pomegranates so technically it is  not molasses, it is concentrated juice.  In Arabic it is called dibs rumman دبس رمان  and it is featured in many Middle Eastern and Mediterranean  recipes ranging from marinades to salads, soups, desserts, and even drinks.

I love using it in salad dressings. Adding a touch to your favorite  vinaigrette can really take your good old boring salad dressing to the next level…

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