Saturday, 12 November 2011

Pomegranate Smoothie


Pomegranate is a fruit with many benefits. There are many recipes on how to consume it, anyway making a smoothie is somewhat a simple & easy recipe.
Here is a simple recipe of making a smoothie from pomegranate.

Ingredients
Juice of a pomegranate
1 cup of unflavored yogurt
Sugar to taste (optional)
Some water

Method
To extract the juice of a pomegranate,
1.Cut & open the pomegranate. Remove the seeds from the skin.
2.Put the seeds in a blender & blend until seeds are broken.
3.Place a strainer on a bowl & pour the blended mixture through  the strain .
4.Get the juice as much as possible. Press the remaining pulp on the strainer to get more juice.


After that,
Place pomegranate juice & yogurt together in a blender & blend it.
Add some water if need to make it more thin.
Add sugar if required.
Serve immediately.

Notes:
Pomegranate stains in anything. So be careful when working with it
Use a clean cloth & squeeze the blended pomegranate pulp through it. In this way, you can take more juice.

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20 comments:

  1. lovely and superbly delicious!

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  2. Simply beautiful glitters on a healthy drink,lovely!!

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  3. wow...... delicious.........yummy.......and well presented

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  4. healthy, delicious n nice smoothie.

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  5. What a nice and refreshing drink...

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  6. Beautiful presentation, looks divine!

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  7. looks absolutely delicious.. nice presentation

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  8. healthy n refreshing drink

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  9. This looks yummy. And thank you for the instructions for extracting the juice. Very informative. I wish I had found your blog a couple of months ago. We read a book called How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World and the girl in the book travels to Sri Lanka to gather cinnamon from the kurundu tree amongst her other travels for ingredients. We had an international meal and couldn't figure out what really to make from Sri Lanka.
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  11. That looks good! Thanks for sharing:)

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  12. Amy, this looks so delicious and super healthy!

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  13. ♡°
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    Passei para conhecer o seu blog!!!
    Gostei muito das suas receitas.
    As fotografias das receitas são maravilhosas.
    As receitas, muito, muito saborosas.
    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil
    ♥♡

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  14. This looks delicious!
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  15. That looks so good. I can say I have never seen a pomegranate smoothie and it looks quite amazing. great presentation too:-)

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  18. Awesome smoothie with such beautiful clicks.......great preparation.

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