Recipe by DRAGONSBANE
"A delightfully different salsa for the true salsa lover, this bittersweet salsa is often found in Mexican cuisine as well as Persian."
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1 1/2 sprigs
fresh mint, chopped
1 1/2 bunches
fresh cilantro, chopped
1 1/2 bunches
Italian flat leaf parsley, chopped
red onion, chopped
pomegranate, skin and light-colored membrane removed
fresh lime juice
grated lime zest
jalapeno pepper, chopped
serrano pepper, chopped
salt to taste
ground white pepper to taste
I love this recipe! It is very pretty and festive looking and goes great with hint of lime tortila chips...one tip...when seeding the pomegranate--place it in water, fully submerged. The seeds will sink, the rind will rise and make for stainless removal!
I brought this to a party and it was a huge hit - people ask for it specifically now. I did up the spice in the salsa by adding more peppers (I did 3 jalepenos and 3 serranos - gave it a really good kick).
Great salsa! Very unique, wonderful flavor combination and beautiful colors. Even better with a chopped cucumber! I use this for wraps and as a topping for burgers. So flavorful, healthy and fresh.
I have made this salsa 2 years in a row for thanksgiving. My family loves eating it with a piece of meat. Which they eat it with deer meat. I am making it this year for a total of 3 years! I LOVE THIS SALSA IT IS GENIUS
This recipe is fabulous, it is like a party in your mouth with all of the flavors. The lime Tortilla chips are the perfect accompaniment to go with it. I am not fond of Italian Parsley so I omitted it.
Wasn't sure how this was going to be, but I like salsa and I've been addicted to pomegranates the past few weeks... It was really good, and looks great, too. Only thing is, my "bunches" must be bigger than the authors; I used one bunch of cilantro and one bunch of parsley, and the pomegranate seeds got lost, even with a large fruit. Ended up using two fruits' worth of seeds, and added some more lime juice and mint. People were a little skeptical, but those who tried it loved it!
Excellent recipe! Not a spicy salsa, so if that's what you crave, you might need to kick up the peppers. While I like mine spicy, but this was a nice change. It is very fresh tasting and different from any other salsa I've tried. My husband also loves it. Takes some time to chop everything, but worth the effort. Too bad pomegranate season is so short! I usually didn't use all of the herbs called for, but like an earlier poster, am not sure whether I'm putting in the right amounts: sprig vs. bunch, etc. Put the seeds in early so you can see whether the herbs are overtaking them. I would think this would also taste good with strawberries in it if you can't find pomegranate seeds! Thanks for the recipe!
I like the recipe. It tastes really good. However, I am not sure I made it right. I do not know what a "sprig" means or if "bunches" is what is sold at the store? Thanks.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Herbed Pomegranate Salsa
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 65
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