How To Make Pomegranate Juice

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Pomegranate juice is not just one of the tastiest drinks you’ll get to have, but also one of the healthiest. It has several nutritional and beauty benefits. Pomegranate juice is rich in Vitamin C, B5, anti-oxidants and potassium. Furthermore, it plays an instrumental role in reducing bad cholesterol such as LDL and raising the good cholesterol such as HDL. While the one you get commercially in a packaged form contains added sugar, which reduces many of its health benefits, it can be easily made at home.

Homemade pomegranate juice is unprocessed, fresh, tasty and fairly easy to make within no time. Furthermore, when the juice is extracted from fresh pomegranates, it retains most of the essential vitamins and nutrients. So, without waiting any longer let us learn how to make pomegranate juice quickly with the help of the below mentioned easy steps.

How To Make Pomegranate Juice
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Refresh yourself with this glass of sweet, tasty and nutritious pomegranate juice!
Servings Prep Time
2 cups 15-20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 cups 15-20 minutes
How To Make Pomegranate Juice
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Refresh yourself with this glass of sweet, tasty and nutritious pomegranate juice!
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2 cups 15-20 minutes
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2 cups 15-20 minutes

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Instructions

  1. To make pomegranate juice, first seed a pomegranate using a knife. While slitting the top of the pomegranate, don’t push your knife too deep as it may ruin some seeds.
  2. Take out all the seeds from the pith and place them in a blender. Seeds require quick "pulse" blending only a few times.
  3. Don’t blend the seeds constantly for a long period of time, or the juice will turn cloudy and bitter.
  4. Now, with the help of the strainer, strain the juice into a clean container.
  5. Extract as much juice as possible by pushing against the remaining pulp using the back of the spoon.
  6. Pomegranate juice tastes better when served chilled. So, either keep the juice in the refrigerator for some time or add a few ice cubes in it. Enjoy a glass of some sweet, tasty and nutritious pomegranate juice with your loved ones!

Recipe Notes

You can add rock salt to give it a salty and sweet taste.

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Meenakshi Nagdeve is a health and wellness enthusiast and started working on Organic Facts since 2012 and is currently responsible for managing it. She follows naturopathy and believes in healing with foods. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from IIM Bangalore and B. Tech in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science from IIT Bombay. Prior to this, she worked for a few years in IT and Financial services. In her free time, she loves to travel and taste different types of teas.