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This Simple Swap Will Take Your Orange Juice to the Next Level

This Simple Swap Will Take Your Orange Juice to the Next Level
Liz and Max Haarala Hamilton
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There’s nothing like a glass of freshly squeezed OJ to kick start your day. But if you want a drink that really packs a nutritious punch, consider reaching for the blood orange variety instead. The red-streaked fruit naturally contains more antioxidants and vitamin C than its conventional cousin. We’re particularly fans of this extra-fruity recipe with rosewater and pomegranate plucked from the pages of Lebanese chef and author Salma Hage’s new culinary tome, The Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cookbook ($29; Read on for the full how-to.

Blood Orange Juice with Pomegranate and Rosewater

Serves 2

Total time 5 minutes


8 blood oranges
1 tsp rosewater
1 tsp pomegranate molasses ($8;
2 handfuls of pomegranate seeds, to serve

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1. Juice the blood oranges, then stir the rosewater through the juice. Serve over plenty of ice with the pomegranate molasses and fresh pomegranate seeds stirred through.

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