How To De-Seed A Pomegranate in Seconds

Happy Wednesday, y’all!! I’ve been so excited to share my new found trick for de-seeding a pomegranate. I’ve never been a big pomegranate lover because it takes so painstakingly long to get the silly seeds out. I know I’m not alone, right?! You all probably feel the same way.

All you need is a bowl, a chilled pomegranate, a knife and a wooden spoon. Oh, and your two hands. :)

How to DeSeed A Pomegranate In Seconds | MyBlessedLife.net


All you need is a bowl, a chilled pomegranate, a knife and a wooden spoon. Oh, and your two hands. :)

Score the pomegranate with the knife around the “equator” of the pomegranate.

Gently twist the two halves apart. Carefully stretch each half just a bit so the seeds are loosened up.

Hold one half in your hand – seed side down – over the bowl and whack it sharply with the wooden spoon. The seeds will easily fall out of the pomegranate half into your hands, through your fingers, and  into the bowl.

How to DeSeed A Pomegranate In Seconds | MyBlessedLife.net

Just pick out the white pieces and enjoy the delicious seeds! Yum! Ridley loves eating pomegranate seeds for a snack. They are like little bursts of juice in your mouth.

How to DeSeed A Pomegranate In Seconds | MyBlessedLife.net


That’s all there is to de-seeding a pomegranate in mere seconds!

Who is going to buy a pomegranate and try this??

xoxo

Myra

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  1. Crystal says

    We love pomegranates!! I’m definitely going to try this tip. It’s always a pain to try and get the seeds out, but they are so tasty. Thanks for the great tip!!

  2. Janet says

    Hi Myra,
    Thanks for this tip. I have never bought one because I was feeling intimidated as to how to eat it. This works. Now hopefully they will be on sale soon :)

  3. says

    I’m going to have to remember this next fall for pomegranate season here. We love pomegranates and they are cheap here in China, but they do take a little time to get the arils out.

    Thanks!

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