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Armenian Bruschetta with Pomegranates & Mint

Armenian Bruschetta

I made this last Friday after my grocery shopping trip… It was too late for dinner so instead I wanted to have something that my husband and I can munch on for a late night “dinner.”

How did I arrive to my conclusion of making Armenian Bruschetta?  Well, I wanted to use the Armenian loaf of bread I had purchased from the store… but make something easy, simple but yet very appetizing.  When I opened my fridge, I noticed my lonely pomegranate and decided to make a bruschetta.  I thought since Armenians admire pomegranates so much, I will try to make this bruschetta with some Armenian influence.

Before I share the recipe with all of you, I wanted to thank some my food blogger friends that have crowned me on their blog with a “A Lovely Blog Award.”  I feel very touched and grateful that I can inspire them like they inspire me.  They all have a place in my blogging heart.  Please visit their sites and find out more about them and their aspiring posts.

1.  Becky from Baking and Cooking, a Tale of Two Loaves

2. Dimah from Orange Blossom Water

3. Anca from Bistro Gerard

4. Victoria from Mission: Food

I was provided with the following rules to follow.

1. Accept the award. Post it on your blog with the name of the person who has granted the award and his or her blog link, and thank them.
2. Pay it forward to 15 other bloggers, whose bogs you admire. – See below for my 15 faves.
3. Contact those blog owners and let them know they’ve been chosen.

As  you can see it’s sort of like a chain blog game… but with appreciation in mind. The blogs that I have chosen below can stop the chain if they please… but I feel like sharing with everyone who inspires me in the food world.  So here is who I crown with the Lovely Blog Award: they are all  beautiful in their own way.  You need to check them out for yourself  and you will see why.

Lovely blog award

  1. Joumana @  Taste of Beirut
  2. Anna @ Chef Wanabe
  3. Cristina @ From Buenos Aires to Paris
  4. Linda @ Salty Seattle
  5. Silvia @ Citron et Vanille
  6. Aarti @ Aarti Paarti
  7. Doreen @ Dining with Doreen
  8. Marisa @ Cook’s Book
  9. Chef Zen @ Zen Can Cook
  10. Chef Dennis @ More Than a Mount Full Culinary Journey
  11. Christiane @ The Mom Chef
  12. Black Book Kitchen Diaries
  13. Brian @ A Thought for Food
  14. Amanda @ The Cilantropist
  15. Joy @ Joylicious

Now back to the recipe:

Armenian Bruschetta and cheese

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  • http://frombatoparis.blogspot.com Frombuenosairestoparis

    Thank you, sweet Adelina!! I feel much obliged!! As I always say, if one tiny thing I’ve done inspires someone..then, my blog “was born” for something…
    Thanks again..I really appreciate it You are a wonderful person !!!

  • http://darjeelingdreams.blogspot.com/ Indie.tea

    I made a bit of standard bruschetta today, but your Armenian version sounds even better. Much better, actually. And I had all the ingredients – the pomegranate, the green chili. If only I’d see this earlier :)

  • Turkey’s for Life

    This looks really good. There was one fabulous Armenian restaurant in Manchester (UK) that we used to visit a lot and the title of your dish just reminded me of it. We’re in midst of pomegranate season here now so our fridge has a constant supply of huge, fat red ones. Mmmm.

  • http://joylicious.net/ Joy Zhang

    Adelina you are too gracious to present me with such a wonderful award! Thank you very much :)

    I really love this recipe for armenia bruschetta, I enjoy your addition of the mint and pomegranate thanks for sharing!

  • http://www.blackbookkitchendiaries.wordpress.com Blackbookkitchendiaries

    Adelina, you are such a sweetheart ..thank you so much for this award..it is such a lovely gesture and i really appreciate it.*hugs*
    thank you for sharing this recipe. i’ve never tried armenian bruschetta before but i will now for sure. i that you added mint to it. it makes everything taste so refreshing. have a nice weekend.

  • Jenny (VintageSugarcube)

    That looks AHHHH-MAZING!!! So happy for you that you started your blog. XOXO

  • http://orangeblossomwater.net Dimah

    I love bruschetta, yours looks so wonderfully delicious! Love that combination, Thanks for sharing!

  • http://www.cooksbookblog.com Marisa

    Adelina, congrats on the award and thank you so much for passing it on to me! I appreciate it very much. I’m honored to be on the list with so many other great bloggers :-D The bruschetta is awesome. I love pomegrantate so this Armenian twist sounds just perfect.

  • Veronica

    OMG….this looks so yummy!!!!!!!!!! I want some now! I love your blog.

  • http://chefwanabe.com Anna

    Congrats on your awards, you sure are lovely, thank you for think about me. I’m honored to be on the list with so many other great bloggers. I totally love this bruschetta, looks delicious and garlicky. And the pomegranate molasses was a great idea. I bought a bottle but never used it. Have a great weekend Adelina.

  • Taaduh

    Your bruschetta looks wonderful! I especially like the pomegranates and mint!

  • Suchitra Vaidyaram

    looks amazing-

  • Anonymous

    Thank you so much for the award Adelina. You’re too kind!
    Now can i stick around and eat the bruschetta too? :)

  • RavieNomNoms

    This looks so interesting! I bet that combination is yummy!

  • http://www.mission-food.com Victoria

    You’re welcome!! Love the Armenian Bruschetta! You know, us Armenians need to stick together, haha :)

  • Anonymous

    Hi Adelina

    thank you so much for thinking of me with this lovely blog award! I am honored to be among such a wonderful list of bloggers! Great job with your Armenian Bruschetta, pomegranates add such a nice touch to that topping!

  • http://garlicandseasalt.blogspot.com/ Amy

    This sounds wonderful! I love the combination of the pomagranates and mint!

  • http://www.tasteofbeirut.com tasteofbeirut

    Adelina

    Thank you so much I am very touched that you thought of me and included my blog on your list! I love these tasty bites, what a great idea to top garlic bread with this Armenian flavored concoction!

  • http://themomchef.blogspot.com The Mom Chef

    This does sound very Armenian and yes, I love pomegranates!

    Thank you so much for passing the award on to me. I truly appreciate it and am honored since I view you as a lovely blogger and me more kind of goofy. :)

  • Becky

    Thank you for mentioning me on your blog. You certainly have a Lovely blog. I’m always looking for new bruschetta recipes, and this one is different with the pomegranate and mint. I must rescue my mint plant on the patio, before it freezes.

  • Silvia

    Oh first thanks so much for the award! What a lovely list of blogs you have there, and it’s always a great honor to be a part of them! I love the liveliness and spirit you can feel through your posts, a lot of passion and dedication. This bruschetta has one of my favorite fruits, pomegranate, and certainly has a Middle Eastern twist to it. Great combo with the addition of mint!

  • http://www.adventuresomekitchen.wordpress.com Jennifer-Adventuresome Kitchen

    I LOVE the combination of pomegranate, tomato, green chile, and mint! That is just fabulous! I’m going to have to try this the next time I pick up a pomegranate! Thanks!

  • http://www.oilandbutter.com Lefty

    Oh wow. The initial picture just made me hungry before I looked at how you prepare it … tomato and pomegranate? Awesome. How spicy would you say this is? Could you leave the seeds in the chili to make it a little hotter, or would that mess up the taste too much?

  • http://www.mytastyhandbook.com Adelina Badalyan

    Thanks so much Cristina!!! You’re wonderful too :) I see that you will soon be posting a video for project food blog. Can’t wait to see your next post!!!

  • http://www.mytastyhandbook.com Adelina Badalyan

    Thanks everyone for your great feedback. You’re all so sweet! I hope you enjoy making it at home. Happy to be part of your community!

  • http://www.mytastyhandbook.com Adelina Badalyan

    Since I used the long green chilis, they heat was less. I think if you love more heat, just keep the seeds in… It will definitely taste good.

  • http://www.mytastyhandbook.com Adelina Badalyan

    You can stick around have some bruschetta, but as long as you bring some of your sweets to have over coffee… haha

  • http://www.saltyseattle.com saltyseattle

    You are so deserving of any award you get, and the fact that you payed it forward and i am one of the lucky recipients is that much sweeter. thank you. of course it all pales in comparison to the amazingness of that bruschetta- might have to sort that out for dinner… xoxo

  • http://ieatoats.wordpress.com/ Gree

    I love pomegranates and mint and I hadn’t thought of putting the two together on a bruschetta, very creative!

  • Tes

    This sounds really fresh and healthy. I love mint and pomegrantes together… it’s seriously yummy :)

    Tes
    http://tesathome.com

  • Maren www.simplymaren.com

    This is such a unique and cool bruschetta recipe. I can’t wait to try it out.

  • http://www.oilandbutter.com Rich

    That bruschetta looks perfect for Thanksgiving this year! Actually, it looks just perfect for any time of the year!

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