2 Pomegranate 1 Tbsp Unsalted Butter 1/4 Cup Sugar 2 Tbsp Corn Starch Vegetable Oil PREPARATIONS: 1- Seed the pomegranates. DIRECTIONS: 1- Using a grinder, grind and blend pomegranate seeds with short bursts. 2- Strain the mixture to get a fresh and pure pomegranate juice. 3- Transfer the pomegranate juice to a small pot, add corn starch and stir until well mixed. 4- Heat the pot over medium heat for 10 minutes. NOTE: Keep stirring though out the heating process. 5- When the mixture is thick, add sugar and butter and 1/4 cup of pomegranate seeds while stirring. 6- Continue stirring until butter is dissolved completely. 7- Turn the heat off. 8- Immediately grease a small container (of your choice) with vegetable oil and transfer the pomegranate mixture to the container before it cools down. 9- Allow the mixture to cool down thoroughly.
MASGHATI CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Pomegranate benefits are endless. This recipe is a simple and traditional masghati or pomegranate sweet recipe. It is sweet, tasty and nutritious. Masghati has been around for a long time. Its origin goes back to ancient Persia. Pomegranate has always been used in enchant Persia and is considered a heavenly fruit. Pomegranate Masghati is filled with antioxidants and vitamins. Just like its main ingredient, Masghati may be helpful to fight breast cancer, heart disease and maintaining a healthy skin. Click To read more about pomegranate benefits. Pomegranate masghati is very low in cholesterol and sodium. It is high in sugar. 3.5 oz (100g) of Pomegranate Masghati has 152 calories (36 calories from fat). It contains about 4 percent fat and 30 percent total carbohydrates. Pomegranate Masghati contains vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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