RECIPES

Ali-Musamba Pilaf

ALI-MUSAMBA PLOV (ALI-MUSAMBA PILAF) Pilaf is the signature dish of Azerbaijani cuisine. It served on special occasions and known in Azerbaijan as Ash or Plov. The rice in Azerbaijani Pilaf should never be sticky. The basic cooking method is to parboil and then steam the rice. Pilaf is usually served as its own dish on a large plate,...
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Borani Pilaf

BORANI PLOV (PUMPKIN PILAF) Pilaf or Plov is the signature dish of Azerbaijani cuisine. It served on special occasions and known in Azerbaijan as Ash or Plov. The rice in Azerbaijani Pilaf should never be sticky. The basic cooking method is to parboil and then steam the rice. Pilaf is usually served as its own dish on a...
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Shirin Pilaf

SHIRIN PLOV (SWEET PILAF) Pilaf or Plov is the signature dish of Azerbaijani cuisine. It served on special occasions and known in Azerbaijan as Ash or Plov. The rice in Azerbaijani Pilaf should never be sticky. The basic cooking method is to parboil and then steam the rice. Pilaf is usually served as its own dish on a...
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Albaloo Plov

ALBALOO PLOV - Pilaf with Sour Cherries. Pilaf with sour cherries is a Persian dish called "Albaloo Polo". It is a delicious combination of sour cherries, rice and saffron. Ingredients: 2 cups Basmati rice 7 oz (200 g) butter 2 tbsp saffron (zeferan) infusion 3 quart (3 liter) water for rice 3 tbsp salt for rice 4-6 chicken drumsticks 1 cup pitted cherries (fresh, frozen or...
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Arpa-Sehriye Pilaf

ARPA-SEHRIYE PILAF Pilaf is the signature dish of Azerbaijani cuisine. It served on special occasions and known in Azerbaijan as Ash or Plov. The rice in Azerbaijani Pilaf should never be sticky. The basic cooking method is to parboil and then steam the rice. Pilaf is usually served as its own dish on a large plate, accompanied by...
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