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Blood Orange Pomegranate Sangria

Is there a more perfect beverage for an afternoon deck party? Sangria is a gorgeous, refreshing and very simple drink to make and it'll keep your guests quenched!

Ingredients

  • 2 bottles of young, fruit-forward red wine (Rioja, Pinot Noir or Malbec are good choices)
  • 1/4 cup of Pomegranate Blood Orange Syrup
  • 4 cups of fruit - white grapes, peaches and orange slices

Instructions

Pour the wine into a pitcher.  Add the syrup and stir to combine.  Add the fruit and place pitcher in the fridge to chill for 2 hours.

Add ice and serve.

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Yogurt Fruit Salad Dressing

This is our absolute favorite way to use this sweet and tart syrup. Without a doubt...the best fruit salad ever.

Ingredients

  • Apples, pears, orange and tangerine segments, pomegranate arils
  • 1 cup yogurt
  • juice of one lime
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 2 tablespoons Pomegranate Blood Orange Syrup

Instructions

Whisk the liquid ingredients together and toss with the fruit.

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Pomegranate Blood Orange Syrup from Feudo delle Ginestre

$18.00

This product is a perfect "pantry secret weapon". Simply a reduction of pomegranate and blood orange juice, lightly sweetened, the flavor is at once tart and sweet with a beautiful thick texture. It's divine drizzled over ice cream or yogurt, and it makes a perfectly tart topping to waffles or pancakes.

But it's the savory applications where we think it really shines. We've tried stirring a bit into a simple pan-sauce for pork and duck breast and the results were wonderful.

We also have been whisking a bit into vinaigrettes - a salad of mixed greens with toasted hazelnuts and pomegranate arils took nicely to a vinaigrette of extra virgin olive oil, red wine vinegar, dijon mustard and a spoonful of syrup.

And for our absolute favorite way to use this amazing new product? Whisk together plain yogurt, a squeeze of lime juice, a bit of honey and a spoonful of syrup and toss with fresh fruit like apples, pears, orange and tangerine segments, pomegranate arils and fresh figs. You'll NEVER have a better fruit salad.


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Italy
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7.7 ounces
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Feudo delle Ginestre
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  1. Savory Goodness

    Posted by Joan on 13th Jun 2013

    Last Christmas we did two roasts - beef and lamb. I was trying to think of something to give the lamb a bit more holiday pizzaz, when I came across the forgotten jar of Pomegranate Syrup at the back of the cupboard. Stirred some into the lamb drippings and it was perfection! Not a drop of it was left at the end of the meal. The little jar has now been moved front and center in the cupboard!

  2. Just a little adds so much!

    Posted by Rosalie D'Amico on 3rd Mar 2010

    This unique ingredient is very versatile and delicious! I find something different to do with it every day. I have drizzled it over crostini topped with fresh ricotta and added it to salad dressings. It livens up those old recipes - arugula, pear and blue cheese salad drizzled with the conserve tastes bright and new. It's a real winner to perk up desserts. Rhubarb tart, vanilla ice cream and a magic drizzle. Yum!

  3. Sweet or Savory

    Posted by A. Mooney on 3rd Mar 2010

    This stuff is heaven! Glaze a duck breast with it. For a light dessert, poach Asian pears in white wine with ginger, fill the little depression in the center with cream cheese whipped cream flavored with nutmeg, then drizzle the syrup over all. Served it to guests recently -- blew 'em away.
    Thanks for a great product





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