Pomegranate Juice Recipe – How to make Pomegranate Juice Recipe | Beverages

Try refreshing Pomegranate Juice recipe with a twist. This Pomegranate Juice has mint, lime juice, black salt and jaggery to give you that extra kick. Pomegranate Juice is great for health at all ages. I used to not like pomegranate juice earlier but when it’s mixed with lime, mint and black salt it tastes great and I just love it.

Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranates have lot of health benefits. Its known for building immunity in the body and is loaded with fiber. In Ayurveda Pomegranate seeds, rind and juice is used for curing many problems. It’s good to drink Pomegranate Juice everyday to keep diseases at bay.

Pomegranate is used to make juice, martinis, cocktails, desserts, sweets etc. Even the pomegranate seeds are dried and used in North Indian Cuisine. Pomegranate are called as anar in India and the seeds are called as anardana. Again the seeds have a unique taste and is great for health.

Can you tell me something unique about pomegranates which sets it apart from other fruits…think? any guesses lemme tell you other fruits we discard the seeds and here we eat pomegranate seed. Quite interesting however we never realized 😉

Pomegranate Juice recipe below:

PomegranateJuice with Mint – Anar Pudina Juice
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Healthy and quick pomegranate juice recipe with mint.
Recipe type: Beverages
Cuisine: General
Serves: 2
Ingredients (used american measuring cup, 1 cup = 250 ml)
  • 1 big sized pomegranate peeled
  • 7 to 8 mint leaves
  • ½ lime juice
  • 1 tbsp black salt
  • 2 tbsp jaggery powder
  • ½ cup water
  1. Firstly remove all pomegranate seeds and keep aside. Combine all the above ingredients into a processor Or juicer along with
  2. pomegranate seed. Grind until all blends well.
  3. Strain the juice with a strainer Or cloth. Serve chilled with icecubes. Garnish with mint leaves.
1. Instead of black salt you could use plain salt.
2. For variation you could add a dash of chat masala Or amchur powder (dried raw mango powder).
3. Also instead of water you could add a dash of soda for some fizz.
4. It's important to strain the juice before serving.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 2 glasses



  1. Priti says

    Hi Maria,
    I came across your blog last week when I was looking for juice for summer. I tried this at home and I think this is one of the best juice recipes to beat the heat. I thought I should come back and comment to let you know. I did one thing different, I used pomegranate juice of KDD harvest. Thanks for sharing : ) loved it!

  2. says

    Hey maria. by chance i came on ur blog just for reference was chking fruit custard
    i have some assorted fruits thought wud try with it but wanted to make sure of how much custard powder to use and look what i found
    another mumbaikar
    i was reading ur posts and saw u purchase frm dmart
    hehe i do go there but its too much crowded and depends which d mart u went to
    i m subscribing to ur posts want to keep myself updated and i see lots of cakes too eggless ones

    wud peep in and try some of those though my cakes r turning bit better

    keep it up and keepposting

    do visit my space when u get time

    • maria says

      Meena thanks for coming here :) yeah Dmart a lot of them in Mumbai :) surely keep me posted how the cakes were? will visit your space soon.

  3. Naresh Motiani says

    I have’t not tried PomegranateJuice with Mint from photo its looks amazing , i will try and
    let you how we feel it.

  4. sunita says

    Hellllo Dear

    The cold has subsided and am enjoying the slight winter chill, thank you so much for keeping my work Maria to post Sarson ka Saag, believe me, I was just waiting for your post and today I am going to make otherwise my greens would get stale coz I did not wanted to make from any other blog. Lets see I know it will come out good, as long I follow you FOOD STEPS. Will let u tomorrow for sure.
    Your glass is awesome looking. I love them.

    Take Cr
    Lv Sunita

    • maria says

      Sunita you are welcome lemme know how it turns out. To be honest Sunita it’s not a glass it’s a jar just removed the bottle and clicked 😉

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