Saturday, November 24, 2007


Ruby Jewel

It's a great time for a recipe isn't it? And this one is not only delicious and beautiful, but it's seasonal!

This is so wonderful, tangy, sweet and refreshing - you are going to love it!

Ruby Jewel

2 Pomegranates, seeded

3-5 Ruby Red Grapefruits, peeled (depending on how much juice you want to make and the size of grapefruits - should yield about 2 or more cups of juice)


Put through a juicer and enjoy!


This is really a recipe for your juicer, but if you don't mind it on the pulpy side, you can certainly blend it up (and/or optionally strain it).


The important thing, though is you need to de-seed the pomegranates. You don't want any rind in there, as it will make the drink bitter. It seems more tedious than it actually is, but takes no more than a few minutes to do.

Check out this a sure-fire way to de-seed a pomegranate:


Here's another way which I haven't tried yet but looks even easier! http://www.metacafe.com/watch/448091/chefs_trick_deseeding_a_pomegranate_in_seconds/

5 comments:

Dana said...

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raw_veganlondoner said...

That looks fab!! Going to try it in the morning.

Lovely picture!!

raw-k on!

raw_veganlondoner said...

That looks amazing!!

Going to try it in the morning!!

lovely pictures

raw-k on!!

rawbean said...

I tried your recipe -- modified. I forgot I had more than one grapefruit, so I used 2 poms and 1 grapefruit (I could have used two). It was delightful nonetheless. Thanks for the idea!

Raw Curls said...

Glad you enjoyed the recipe rawbean! Sometimes I have more than one than the other and it always turns out great. The one time it was on the sour side was when I used red grapefruit, but not "Ruby" red grapefruit which must be sweeter, but like you I still enjoyed it.

rawvegan londoner and Dana thanks for stopping by. I will be sure to check out your blogs too!

Sharon