Pomegranate molasses is a syrup of boiled pomegranate juice, most commonly used in Middle Eastern cuisine. It has an intense sweet-and-sour flavor that is often compared to balsamic, and like balsamic, a little goes a long way.
Pomegranate molasses can be used in as many ways you can imagine.
Making Drinks: Stirred some into a glass of sparkling water for a bright and refreshing soda.
Fesenjoon: An Iranian stew of ground walnuts, pomegranate molasses, dried plums and chicken, served over rice.
Roast with it: Roasting carrots with a pomegranate glaze
Mix it with meat: Pomegranate molasses is a great complement for smoky rich flavors -- grilled meats, Brush it onto chicken or steak before grilling or roasting. Want to pair it with pork? You can always glaze a ham with it.