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    Pomegranate syrup

    I am making a chicken recipe that calls for pomegranate juice and syrup. All I could find was pom. concentrate. is that the same thing? If not, do you think it will work? I only need to use about 3T of it....

    I'll post a review after I make it....

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    You bought the right stuff. We'll wait for your review.
    Dorothy aka Martha

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    Is that the same as pomegranate molasses, or is the molasses even thicker?

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    I bet you could make your own syrup by adding pomgranate concentrate to Karo syrup.

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    Pemegranate molasses is the juice greatly reduced -- no added syrup or sugar. I'm not sure about the syrup. I bought one and someone brought me the other. I'm not sure yet if they are the same. Seems we had this discussion last fall, but I dont remember. How sad is that?

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    "Grenadine (grenadine syrup) is a blood-red, strong syrup made from pomegranates. It is the number one among fruit syrups, and is used in many cocktails not only for sweetening, but also to give them a red color.

    Grenadine syrup for use in a bar is usually bought on bottles, but you can also make your own:
    Use 4 pomegranates to make about 2 cups of pomegranate syrup. After removing seeds, process with food processor knife blade. Simmer pulp with 1/4 cup honey over low heat 3 minutes. Stir well. Strain to remove seeds."

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