Photo: Greg Seber
This post was originally published on November 3, 2014 and is now updated. I have added a recipe video and tweaked the recipe for best results.
Tell me what your first reaction was when you saw this picture of pomegranate with eggs. If you said “Wow!” then thank you. Glad you liked it. If you said, “Together? What? How? Why? Hmm.” Thank you anyway. It’s not your fault. Because, really, who could have thought to combine these two completely unrelated products in one dish? If I didn’t know somebody could, I would have asked the same questions you did. But I knew they could. In Azerbaijan’s region of Salyan, where pomegranates and eggs happily marry in one unusual dish called narnumru.