How to Make Pomegranate Molasses at Home

Must Try

Shuvait Thusoo
Shuvait has lived in Pune alone for 4 years while studying engineering. This was the time period when he explored the South Indian Cuisines and experienced different spices and realised the beauty of food. So he started cooking and fell in love with the craft of it. We can say that Shuvait is a foodie who loves to share his food life experiences and resources with our readers.

How many of you guys like fresh fruits? Well, everyone loves them but has different choices. But how many of you guys love pomegranate? This fruit has a different quality from every other fruit we know. The only hard part is cutting and taking out its seeds. That’s what makes pomegranate a little difficult to consume compared to other fruits available. But what if we have the juice of it? Then I think most of us will agree on having this fruit every time and anytime we want.

Today, I will show you how to make an easy Pomegranate recipe that will fill your hearts with joy. This recipe has almost no procedure to follow but will give you a definite portion of nutrients that pomegranate has. So, we will be making pomegranate molasses today. It is the mixture of pomegranate juice with added sugar and a touch of tanginess by lemon. The juice is boiled and made into a syrup that has a thicker consistency. Also, this recipe is foremost the easiest recipe for any drink that you can have. So, let’s start it and see how this drink is made.

People usually complain that this drink tastes bitter because many people forget to filter out the seeds. After you filter the juice through a sieve, it will never taste bitter. And we all know how healthy this drink will be for our body. So, you got no reason to ignore or deny this recipe.

Let’s make it and see how it tastes. This recipe is an instant one and takes almost no time. So here you go.

Ingredients for Pomegranate Molasses

IngredientsQuantity
Fresh Pomegranate juice 5 cups
Granulated sugar ½ cup 
Lemon juice 1 tsp.

The ingredients are ready and you may be wondering that only three ingredients are being used. This is what makes this Pomegranate Syrup a great recipe.

How Much Time Will it Take?

Preparation TimeCooking TimeTotal Time
10 Minutes 15 Minutes 25 Minutes 

It will only take 25 minutes of yours to make this pomegranate molasses recipe at home. Not too long and also easy to make.

The pomegranate is always considered a beneficial fruit for our body. It has various nutrients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E. it also helps in fighting the cancer cells in our body. We should eat pomegranates often as it has a positive impact on our body.

After knowing the benefits of this Pomegranate recipe, let’s know how we can make it. Follow the steps and get it done.

Pomegranate Molasses Recipe

pomegranate molasses recipe
  1. Take a heavy bottom pan and add pomegranate juice to it.
  2. Add sugar and lemon to the juice and bring it to a boil.
  3. After it starts boiling, keep the heat on low and cook it for another 2-3 hours or until it thickens.
  4. Take it off the heat and let it cool.
  5. Now you can consume it whenever you want and it can be stored in the refrigerator for about three months.

Your pomegranate molasses is ready and now you can have a healthy breakfast by including this drink in it. Try this recipe and see its benefits within your body.

Nutritional Breakdown of Pomegranate Molasses

Calories 106 
Carbohydrates 26 gm. 
Potassium 266 mg. 
Vitamin C 0.7 mg. 
Calcium 14 mg. 
Iron 0.1 mg.

How to Make Pomegranate Molasses at Home | Video

I’ve added a recipe video below, so it’ll be easier for you to try this Pomegranate Molasses at home.

Video By: clubfoody.com

I hope you’ve liked this pomegranate molasses recipe. I highly recommend it to each of you to try this sauce and see how it’ll elevate your experience of having it with any meal you like. If you have any sauces in your mind that you want at TheFoodXP blog, do let us know in the comments below.

Leave a Reply

Note from the Editor

This article is being reviewed by our editorial board and is being approved for publication in accordance with our editorial policies.

Check Out Our Blog

More Recipes Like This

Skip to toolbar