- A cutting board
- A good sharp knife
- A bowl
- A wooden spoon
Pomegranates are a crunchy, juicy, and delicious little treat. They boast plenty of health and nutritional benefits and are a good source of vitamin C and antioxidants. But they’re difficult to peel and open. Most of those who’ve tried to previously learn how to peel a pomegranate have ended up making a right mess of their kitchen when getting the juicy red seeds! Ready to eat some pomegranate but have no idea where to begin to cut open a pomegranate? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Cutting, opening and deseeding the fruit couldn’t be easier with our top tips and tricks.
There are your tips for how to cut a pomegranate, but keep in mind that we also have some great advice for cutting pineapples and also how to cut a mango! Once you’re done, you can enjoy your pomegranate fruit as a healthy snack and in salads or smoothies. If you want to store your seeds, put them into an airtight container and leave them in the fridge. Pomegranates can last up to five days in this way.