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Old 12-08-2009, 08:09 AM   #1
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Grenadine Syrup

I love grenadine syrups and i got tons of it....other than cocktails and drinks..how else can you use grenadine

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use it in a glaze for chicken or meat. Or in sweet and sour sauce
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Old 12-08-2009, 08:23 AM   #3
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Appreciate some recipes y'all:)
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Old 12-08-2009, 08:26 AM   #4
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Flavoring sauces is what I came up with as well. Also, I suppose you could use it in baking to flavor and color cookies or cakes and breads.

I did a little reading and it seems grenadine is no longer made from pomegranates as it originally was.
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I mix it with Club Soda to make a homemade soft drink that isn't too sweet.
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Flavoring sauces is what I came up with as well. Also, I suppose you could use it in baking to flavor and color cookies or cakes and breads.

I did a little reading and it seems grenadine is no longer made from pomegranates as it originally was.
I read it to that its a combos of raspberry and other red colored fruits
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REAL grenadine comes from pomegranates, just as Andy M. said.
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I read it to that its a combos of raspberry and other red colored fruits
Yes. I read this: Grenadine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It appears no one makes it with pomegranates anymore.
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Yes. I read this: Grenadine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It appears no one makes it with pomegranates anymore.
I read that too..but i still love the taste of a good grenadine syrup no matter if it's pomegranates or not
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Old 01-07-2010, 01:17 AM   #10
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Alton Brown has a recipe for grenadine syrup on foodtv's website
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