Pomegranate and Currant Salad and Make it Easy on Yourself

Hi everyone and happy post Thanksgiving. I hope yours was as nice as ours. I am very grateful for good friends and family, awesome food and much easier seeded pomegranate seeds that I purchased from Costco. What a time saving treat for a festive looking salad.

If you can’t buy the seeds already taken out, do the trick that my friend Leslie told me about: cut the pomegranate open and let the two halves soak in water. The seeds will rise to the top and the white part will loosen up a great deal, enough to easily remove the remaining seeds.

Try this attractive salad for the next holiday and know that you don’t need to work so hard to have a salad that wows ’em. Check out our photos from the big day on the TBK facebook fan page. Not a fan? Join our group! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Take-Back-the-Kitchen/132788611808

Pomegranate and Currant Salad:
(can get seeded at Costco)
one and a half cups pomegranite seeds
3/4 cup tiny diced cheese of your choice-I used Spanish Tetilla Cheese
3/4 cup black currants
Carton of washed organic mixed greens from Costco or elsewhere

Miso dressing:
1/2 cup white miso paste
1/2 cup canola oil
1/2 cup water
1 TBS honey
pinch of salt

Puree until smooth

Mix cheese, currants, pomegranate seeds and lettuce together in a big bowl. Pour dressing on top and toss. Enjoy!


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