POM Winners and one more POM recipe

It has been fun, and tasty, messing around with my little bottles of POM juice. So before I announce my winners, here is one last recipe for you, not from the people at POM Wonderful this time, but from fellow Daring Baker and blogger Elle, of Feeding my Enthusiasms. It is her recipe for Rosemary and Garlic POM Steak.

Wow, was this ever nice and tender and flavorful! I grilled up a couple of steaks for company, and served them up with Caesar salad and rosemary and garlic roasted potatoes. What a great combination. We had very little in the way of left overs when we were done and had moved on to cake.

So good I am tempted to only give away one of my POM coupons and make this again soon, but I did promise two coupons and two coupons I will give away!

So the winners are:

Emily B, who entered by comment on my original post, and Jennifer, who entered by sending me an email.

To choose my winners, I went with the tried and true Breadchick version of writing names on paper, though I did not have a cat to have chase those little papers around, I had to pull them from a bowl to get my random winner. Low-tech, I know, but effective!

Emily and Jennifer, emails going out to you right now to get your mailing addresses! Please respond within 48 hours.

And in the meantime, here is Elle's wonderful recipe:

Rosemary and Garlic POM Steak
from Elle of Feeding my Enthusiasms

Your choice of grilling steak (I had 3 decent sized marinating steaks and fed 6 adults and 2 kids, plus one baby with ours)
8 oz. POM Wonderful pomegranate juice (I had a bit less)
2 tablespoons fresh rosemary, chopped roughly
2 cloves garlic, minced (or 4)
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 teaspoon salt

Place the marinade ingredients in a gallon size zipper lock plastic bag. Shake well to mix. Lay the plastic bag in a large baking pan, carefully un-zip and place the steaks in one layer in the marinade. Close plastic bag. Let marinate at room temperature for an hour, then turn the bag over and let the other side marinate for an hour.

Remove steaks from the marinade and discard the marinade. Grill the steaks to the degree of pinkness you desire. Allow to rest for 10 minutes before cutting on the bias. Serve at once.

1 comment:

Elle said...

Dear Jenny, So glad that you and your company enjoyed the POM Pomegranate Steak Marinade. I love what you served it with, too! Thanks for letting me know that you posted it and for trying the recipe. XOXOXO Elle