Pomegranate and Lime Juice

High in iron, vitamin C and potassium, this wonder fruit is all you need to include in your diets for a more healthy living. Pomegranate helps to protect against osteoarthritis, has anti cancer benefits and lowers blood pressure and cholesterol. It also helps fight nausea and morning sickness making it an excellent option for pregnant ladies to munch on. They also help in improving memory making it ideal for children as well. These tiny little seeds has something for everyone.

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Inspite of these amazing benefits of pomegranate we usually find it a tedious job to remove all the seeds for eating, at least I do. I am very lazy to remove these seeds out. I find it kinda boring to scoop out these. But looking at the health benefits me and my family get, I feel determined to take up this task. If you are anything like me, I totally understand you. But now we need not fret over this task. This simple tool for deseeding pomegranates is easy and quick. You can literally have 2 pomegranates deseeded in just about 60s. Isn’t that great?!

Now we can all enjoy the amazing benefits of pomegranate without any hassles. You can check out more about this tool on amazon.

Now moving to the recipe. This juice packs the goodness of pomegranates and lime with a hint of ginger. Always taste your pomegranate before using them for juicing. If the pomegranate is very sour, you will need to add a lot of sugar for a nice taste. In order to avoid sugar, I used a little amount of jaggery. My pomegranates weren’t very sour, so I could get away with just a teeny amount of it. You can also replace jaggery with honey for sweetness.

Ingredients

2 1/2 cups pomegranate seeds

1 tbsp lime juice

1/2 inch ginger

Jaggery or honey ( as per taste)

Chaat masala powder ( optional)

Method

Add pomegranate seeds, lime juice and ginger in a juicer or blender. Blend for 10 seconds. Take a minute break and blend again.

Using a sieve, filter the juice. Hard parts of the seeds will be left back.

If you find that the seeds are quite big and not broken fully, again blend for a while and strain. Discard the remaining.

Now add honey or powdered jaggery. Mix well. Sprinkle a little chat masala powder over the juice. This is entirely optional.

 

 

13 thoughts on “Pomegranate and Lime Juice

  1. I didn’t know that they sell tools to remove the seeds from a pomegranate! How handy!
    Loving that gorgeous pink color of the juice!

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