Do You Know?
Pomegranate molasses is a thick, slightly tart syrup used in sauces, salad dressings, and desserts, and in some savory stews. If you don't live near a Middle Eastern grocery, it can be hard to find; however, you can make it at home, by boiling down store-bought pomegranate juice with which of the following:
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[Last week's answer: Wasabi powder makes the best substitute for dry mustard, because they both will add a sharp heat to your recipe. The other ingredients will turn your dish yellow, but mustard doesn't actually do that, so you're replacing the heat, not the color.]
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