How to Seed a Pomegranate (Video)
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You have to see this! It’s our favorite quick and easy method for how to remove the seeds from a pomegranate. If you’re super speedy, I bet you could remove the seeds in under 30 seconds.
Who’s up for the challenge? Here is a short video tutorial on how to deseed a pomegranate. Enjoy!
Watch How to Seed a Pomegranate:
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How to Seed a Pomegranate
You wil need:
- A bowl
- A wooden spoon
Cut off the top (flower side) of the pomegranate, being careful not to go past the skin of the pomegranate.
Wiggle off the top and set aside. Now slice down the sides of the pomegranate following the veins inside to divide the pomegranate into two halves, again being careful not to cut past the skin.
Use your hands to loosten up each half of the pomegranate; pushing down the sides of each half while pushing up the center.
Place the pomegranate half in your hand over a bowl (seeds-side-down) and hit the back firmly with a wooden spoon. The seeds pop right out! Repeat with second half.
Tip: To easily get rid of any white debris that might end up in your bowl, add cold water and it floats to the top, then drain the water off and enjoy. 🙂
Have you tried this method? Do you do something different? Maybe you’re a picker and you like sitting over it for 30 minutes (I totally do that when I’m watching a show – except I have to make sure I’m wearing my ugly shirt just in case of splatter ;)).