Recipe for Fruit Plov
Rice with fruits Pilau is a visiting card of the UzbekCuisine, and even there is a saying: "If you are rich, you eat pilaf. If you are poor, you eat only pilaf. " There are several versions about the origin of pilaf: someone thinks that Tamerlane himself came up with him, and someone is on the side of Alexander of Macedon. It is interesting that the name of the dish "palov osh" (and so called pilaf in the Uzbek language) consists of the initial letters of all the products included in its composition: P - pie - onion; A - ayoz - carrots; L - Lahm - meat; O - olio fat; Salt and salt; O - water - water; Sh - shawls - rice are the seven main components, the healing and nutritional properties of which have been known since ancient times. In addition to salted versions of pilaf, we are also familiar with the fruit pilaf based on dried fruits and apples. This dish is very simple to prepare and very tasty!
- Long grain rice 100 g
- Apple 1 pc.
- Dark raisins 1 handful
- Prunes 50g
- Carrot 1 pc.
- Olive oil 10 ml
- Honey 30 g
- Step 1 To make pilaf you need rice (I used Basmati rice), apples, raisins, prunes, carrots, olive oil, salt and a little honey.
- Step 2 Soak rice in water for at least 40 minutes. Soak also the dried fruits in boiling water to soften them once.
- Step 3 Rub the carrots and fry in a small amount of olive oil.
- Step 4 Cut prunes and apple into pieces.
- Step 5 When the rice is swollen, mix it withDried fruits, apples and carrots. Add a tablespoon of butter and honey. Salt and mix. Put the oven in a preheated oven to 190 ° C and cook until rice absorbs all water and softens.
- Step 6 Serve the dish warm or cold.