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Pomegranate Molasses (Sultan) 9.5fl.oz

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  • Made from pomegranate juice
  • Really unique, tart-sweet flavor
  • Gorgeous, deep reddish purple color
  • Great ingredient in Middle Eastern dishes
  • Gives delicious sweet and sour flavor to your dishes
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Pomegranate molasses is a syrup-like reduction of pomegranate juice that has a really unique, tart-sweet flavor and is colored a gorgeous, deep reddish purple. It's as thick as maple syrup with sweet and sour flavors that combine the best of balsamic vinegar with lush fruit. Great as an ingredient in an array of Middle Eastern dishes, it's the sort of addition to sauces and stews that add enormous depth of flavor but no one can ever identify. I've found it particularly good with poultry dishes-it's a nice addition to a creative cook's marinade routine. It's also great drizzled over crepes, fresh Zingerman's Creamery cream cheese, or gelato.

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000LRKO9E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,924 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

I am very grateful that I AM able to mail-order such things!
Cissa
It's common in Mediterranean recipes, goes with shrimp, fish, chicken, beef and pork.
Rosanne Vancleve
I was lucky enough to find it at a Russian grocery store (YAY!).
Jennifer L. Rinehart

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kristina vLS on May 28, 2009
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The pomegranate molasses arrived on time and in good condition. I encountered this as an ingredient in a Mollie Katzan cookbook and it did not disappoint. We thinned it just a little with warm water and used it as a side sauce for roasted asparagus at a barbecue, and got many rave reviews from our guests, vegetarian and non-vegetarian alike. I recommend both the vendor and this item.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By michelle_NC on April 5, 2013
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I bought this to make a traditional Iranian dish called Fesenjan. It's a very simple dish of ground walnuts, chicken, onion and pomegranate molasses. The flavor was out of this world fantastic. The product arrived quickly and in good condition. It adds a gentle sweetness to the dish without being "fruity." If you are thinking about trying some new recipes that call for this molasses, give it a try. You will love it. In fact, I need to order more as my family loved the fesenjan so much, I have to make it often!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mary A. Parham on July 12, 2008
Fast, professional transaction. I needed this one ingredient for a new recipe and it turned out great! Now I just need to find more uses for this stuff.
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16 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Rosanne Vancleve on August 23, 2007
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I have two recipes I'm anxious to try that call for pomegranate molasses. I've called all the specialty and best markets in the Sacramento area and no one's heard of this, much less carries it. It's common in Mediterranean recipes, goes with shrimp, fish, chicken, beef and pork. I was delighted to find it on Amazon and look forward to using mine in a fabulous short ribs recipe. I'm also passing along the info to my friends so they can order their own -- or I may give as gifts to my gourmet cook friends.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cissa on August 1, 2013
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I live in the suburbs, but like cooking a variety of ethnic recipes to the best of my ability.

The gating factor is often being able to acquire specialized ingredients like this.

I am very grateful that I AM able to mail-order such things!

I also got a few more items... and still the postage cost rather more than the cost of the items, though they were all liquids in glass bottles, and they did a WONDERFUL job of wrapping and packing them securely. Since the items are not available locally- even doubling the price with the shipping is a better deal than not being able to get them at all! And the packing was wonderful. Still- paying more for shipping than for the stuff shipped is a bit of an OUCH, even though it's realistic now with such things.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ali Julia #1 REVIEWER#1 HALL OF FAME on February 22, 2012
Pomegranate molasses is my mother's "secret" recipe for great meatballs. She adds a couple teaspoon of molasses to the meat and the taste comes out incredible.

Once I set-up my own household she gave me a present - Pomegranate Molasses of my own. I learned to use it in variety of recipes from deserts to meat sauces. It has a wonderful taste both tart and sweet at the same time. It has deep red color, and looks very appealing.

It keeps almost indefinitely in the refrigerator. It blends well with walnuts, adds a unique flavor to beans, adds wonderful flavor to poultry, gives a nice taste to fish, gives an astringent edge to salads and vegetables, and is a great tenderizer for lamb and pork.

I like its flavor even just diluted with cold water as a drink or adding tart flavor (and beautiful color) to sorbets.

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Melinda Ruble on March 14, 2010
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Only Pom.Mol.I've ever used but this seemed to have the same flavor the Chef came up with for a pomegranate relish for fish. It seems to have a bit of a brown appearance though where the one the Chef used was a brighter red color.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer L. Rinehart VINE VOICE on January 3, 2012
So I bought this pomegranate molasses to make Fattoush, the delicious middle eastern salad of greens, cukes, tomatoes and torn up bits of fried, leftover pita bread. Wowee, Fattoush is now my favorite salad, I've eaten so often lately that the tart lemon-y dressing has made the corners of my mouth turn a bit pinkish and raw, youch. I tend to do that, find a food I really like, then eat it so much I almost make myself sick on it.

Anyways, the Fattoush salad dressing, with it's complex blend of Sumac, olive oil and various herbs and spices required one half teaspoon of pomegranate molasses. I was lucky enough to find it at a Russian grocery store (YAY!). But the store is far away and so I had to look around online to buy more, thank God for Amazon.

Now, granted, my bottle will likely last years if all I do with it is make Fattoush, one goopy half teaspon at a time, so I've used it in a few other things. I added a teaspoon to a Lemon Chicken Marinade, a tiny glob to a bowl of greek yogurt (had to add honey too cuz it was sour!), a tiny amount added to Christmas Salmon cream cheese log, I used it in Fesenjen, a persian stew of chicken and walnuts, I used a few tablespoons of the sticky stuff in a garlicky barbecue sauce and it was the best barbecue ever.

Just don't do what I did and try to replace the molasses in molasses cookies with pomegranate molasses, what a horrible mess, the cookies looked normal, slightly lighter than normal, but the smell! And the taste! Ewwww!
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