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A syrup, made from the seeds of a tart variety of pomegranate that is commonly used as a flavoring in Middle Eastern cooking. Pomegranate paste is typically added to enhance food dishes with a sweet and sour pomegranate flavor that is often desired for various sweet desserts as well as in sauces and seasonings for use in soups, stews and marinades. When ground walnuts are cooked with pomegranate paste it becomes a sweet and nutty mixture that can be added to foods to create a rich, complex flavor.
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