Anardana (Graines de grenade séchées) / USA
Pomegranate is native to Persia, but its cultivation spread to Central and South Asia, Africa and Southern Europe thousands of years ago. The Spanish introduced it to the New World, where the fresh seeds have become an important ingredient in Mexican cuisine. Anardana are dried pomegranate seeds. They are used from India to the Middle East contribute a fruity, tangy flavour to meat dishes and stuffed pastries and breads.