Plov is so loved that the fantasy of hispreparations are endless, in the world there is one thousand and one recipe for pilaf. Classic and sweet pilaf with dried fruits can be divinely cooked in Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan, but both Turkmen and Kazakh consider it a national dish, and have almost reached the culinary perfection in cooking. Plov, in spite of the solid principles of cooking, in a different performance and way of serving is very different to taste.
Sweet pilaf: rice and dried fruits
Pilaf with dried fruits is delicious and very useful. Rice is 80% composed of complex carbohydrates, 8% of the essential amino acids. Vitamins of group B in the composition of rice are food for the central nervous system, lecithin for the brain, potassium for the work of the heart. But gluten does not contain rice, which makes it universally useful. Dried fruits are dried berries or fruits, in the sun or in a dryer. They contain vitamins, minerals, proteins, stored for a long time at room temperature. Fresh fruits and berries dry yield only on the content of vitamin C, most of which is lost during the drying process.
A simple recipe
The recipe is popular and simple. To cook pilaf with dried fruits, you need: rice - 2 cups, dried apricots, raisins, prunes, dates, figs (half a glass each), ghee - half a glass, sugar, salt.
This is a holiday recipe. To make an Armenian pilaf, you will need: rice - 2 cups, dried apricots, raisins, prunes and dates without seeds, figs, almonds (half a glass each), ghee - half a glass, sugar, salt 1 tsp, lavash.
Bon appetit and good health!