Pomegranate molasses

Pomegranate molasses

Pomegranate molasses

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Made using only fresh pomegranate juice, reduced to a thick, dark syrup. It is sweet but also very sharp. It can be compared to balsamic vinegar, yet is much fruitier and should be used sparingly. Pomegranate molasses add depth and richness to meat, fish, vegetables and vegetarian stews. It is a versatile condiment that can substitute vinegar, honey and in some cases lemon juice in salad dressings. Try it in marinades, vinaigrettes, dressings and dips.


Concentrated pomegranate juice, sugar, water, citric acid

Shelf life

June 2019

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  • Shop Sweet and sour treat
    (20/01/2015) Such a lovely dressing for any salad leaves, particularly with feta, tomatoes, olive oil and feta!
  • Shop Luxurious
    (26/10/2014) Beautiful, tangy and sweet - used to glaze a gluten-free orange and almond cake.
  • Shop A Revelation
    (25/01/2014) Sweet, sticky and sour are the best words I can use to describe this Pomegranate Molasses. I've used it for marinating, mixing into babaganoush and as a glaze
  • Shop delicious!
    (22/01/2014) i love this product, it works so well in dressings and is great with smoky aubergine or a tahini sauce.
  • Shop Exotic
    (21/12/2013) Intensely sweet, tangy, fruity, sharp and sour all at the same time. This syrup is great drizzled in creme fraiche, on vanilla ice cream, or used in salad dressings.
  • Shop Unique
    (09/12/2013) I've never cooked with this before and it's essential for some of Ottolenghi's recipes. Really made a difference to my dish and not something you can skip if you want an authentic flavour. Highly recommended
  • Shop Amazing addition to the pantry
    (31/08/2013) Recently ordered a bottle of pomegranate molasses as part of a larger order, i was cooking fattet makdous from Bethany Kahdy's The Jewelled Kitchen. It makes a STUNNING difference, imparting a sweet and slightly sour flavour to the dish. I will be using this more, an essential item in the cooking cupboard.