Labneh Toast with Pomegranate Seeds Unique Crunchy and Sweet

This fruit has a beautiful color from the outside, sparkly seeds from the inside come with great nutritional value, and is high in antioxidants. Pomegranate seeds can be enjoyed alone, or added on top of salads which I love to do, recipe is to come soon.

As we approach the fall season there are some fruits that are unique to this time of the year. Pomegranates, ruman in Arabic  رمان are one of them. If you live in Ramallah, you can’t help but notice the piles of pomegranates on street carts, and in various cafes around town where you can enjoy pomegranate juice freshly squeezed and served.

A popular Palestinian traditional dish called rumaniyeh (available on the blog) cooked in sour pomegranate juice, is a vegan, earthy and delicious dish.

Today, I wanted to try something different from the norm and combine pomegrantes with labneh. As you know labneh is a very popular dairy food and an essential ingredient to the Palestinian pantry that we eat almost daily – you can read more about labneh and olives toast post on the blog. 

This labneh sandwich doesn’t follow the traditional one which is filled with olive oil, but rather it’s topped off with pomegranate seeds and a drizzle of honey. The crunchy sweet taste of the pomegranate seeds combined with the tangy labneh, makes this sandwich fun, light, and delicious. Something fresh and new that you can enjoy for breakfast or as a healthy snack.

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Labneh Toast with Pomegranate Seeds

Labneh Toast with Pomegranate Seeds

  • Author: Wafa Shami
  • Prep Time: 5 mintues
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 26 minute
  • Category: Breakfast, snack

Description

This fruit has a beautiful color from the outside, sparkly seeds from the inside come with great nutritional value, and is high in antioxidants. Pomegranate seeds can be enjoyed alone, or added on top of salads which I love to do, recipe is to come soon.


Ingredients

Scale
  • 2 slices of toast bread
  • 2 tablespoons of labneh
  • 1/2 seeds of one pomegranate
  • 1 teaspoon honey

 


Instructions

  1. Lightly toast bread, and spread labneh well to cover the toast. Spread pomegranate seeds and drizzle some honey.

 

 

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