Flavoursome and tender, this makes a lovely accompaniment to grilled meat
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Removing pomegranate seeds
Cut the pomegranate in half across its middle. Hold one half, cut-side down, in the palm of your hand. Now take a wooden spoon and hit the shiny outer skin with the flat of the spoon. You will need to do this quite forcefully, so don’t be shy. Each time you give the pomegranate a good whack, more of the seeds will fall into your hand.