It has blessed my life to have beautiful friends from around the world. One of those friends is Jeety from India. The first time I tried Indian Rice
They say, don’t judge a book by its cover. At first glance, I assumed this dish was rice and peas tossed together, but to my surprise, it was so much more. Many of us are familiar with a dish called Rice Pilaf which has a long history of existence throughout the Middle East and India. Pilaf is a dish that is found in most of the world’s cuisines but evolved into a variety of recipes unique to each country and region. In India, rice pilaf is called pulao, and over the centuries each region has interpreted the recipe differently depending on the spices, herbs, vegetables and other ingredients readily available in those areas as well as the culinary influence from neighboring counties of Pakistan and Iran.
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