My family lovingly refers to me as the "Macaroon Queen." Every holiday event is complete with a variety of soft, sinful macaroons. I will put the entire pantry into my macaroons; some flavor combinations are more successful than others. This by far is one of my best. By simply reducing the unsweetened pomegranate juice the flavor escalates. Pairing it with rich, bittersweet chocolate chips sends these macaroons to the head of the class. Try making a large batch, freezing them and eating them frozen.
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In a medium bowl, combine the reduced pomegranate juice with the coconut, sugar, egg whites, chocolate chips, flour, grated orange zest, vanilla paste and salt. Mix with your hands, squeezing the mixture to completely combine.
Shape the mixture into 16 large pyramids, pressing the mixture tightly together. Bake on the prepared sheet pans until the edges are golden brown, about 20 minutes. Remove immediately from the sheet pans and let cool to room temperature.
Store the macaroons in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 1 week.