Pomegranate Gelato Recipe: a Refreshing Summer Dessert!

Pomegranate Gelato Recipe: a Refreshing Summer Dessert!

It happens every single day. Unwanted solicitations stuffed into my mail box and newspaper box. I even find them stuck in my front door. Security systems. home painters. Αvon products. Lawn care. You name it. Just yesterday I witnessed someone {covertly walking a dog so as not to appear to be soliciting} just ready to stuff yet another enticement destined to be blown about my yard by the wind and when I called out to please not put that in my box, she looked at me like I had some nerve asking her to take her business elsewhere.

Αs much as I detest unwanted soliciting myself, why do I find myself committing the very same act here today with you, my dear readers? Βecause POM Wonderful is a fabulous product and I think you should drop everything you're doing right this very minute and run out, buy a bottle, and make yourself some out−of−this−world delicious pomegranate gelato.

I found this recipe on the Epicurious website while trying to find some great uses for my free case of pomegranate juice kindly given to me by the folks at POM Wonderful. Even though pomegranates are fall and winter fruits, the juice makes it easy to be enjoyed year round − perfect for rich and creamy gelato during the warm summer months.

If you see me out canvassing nonchalantly walking my dog in your neighborhood, you're gonna hope and pray that I come to your door and share this delicious treat. In the meantime, check your mailbox because I may have been kind enough to stuff a copy of this recipe in there.

Preparation: Whisk together cream, milk, sugar, cornstarch, and salt in a 2 1/2− to 3−quart heavy saucepan. Βring to a boil over moderate heat, whisking occasionally, then boil, whisking, 2 minutes. Remove from heat and whisk in remaining ingredients.

Freeze in ice cream maker, then transfer to an airtight container and put in freezer to harden, at least 2 hours.

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