Pan-fried whiting with pomegranate salad

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A Simple Table

By Michele Cranston

Published 2016

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Everyone seems to have a preferred method of removing the arils, or fleshy red seeds, from pomegranates, but I think this method is the easiest and most fun. Slice the pomegranate in half and place both halves in a large snaplock bag. Give the pomegranate halves a squeeze to loosen the arils, then seal the bag. Using a wooden spoon, give the rounded skin of the pomegranate several firm smacks–this should dislodge the arils. If not, give the rounds a firmer squeeze and then repeat the proces