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Pomegranate molasses, really thick once cooled

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Bazel Nov 21, 2012 02:48 PM

I have made a batch of homemade pomegranate molasses to ideally drizzle on my roasted brussels sprouts tomorrow. While the final reduced amount is what the recipe called for, it has gotten very thick once it cooled. Will I be able to reheat tomorrow and get it back to a "drizzle-able" state?

Thanks,

Bz

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    bjd001 Nov 21, 2012 03:03 PM

    I think so. The last time I made pomegranate molasses I had the same problem. I might be concerned with it thickening up again after drizzling but hopefully the heat from the sprouts will take care of that.

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    1. re: bjd001
      greygarious Nov 21, 2012 03:29 PM

      If it's so thick that it won't pour when warmed up, feel free to add some water or juice, because it will NEED to be thinned, flavorwise.

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