Greetings, dear readers. We are glad to announce that today we are cooking pilaf on the grill. Pilaf, known since ancient times, has only now begun to be cooked on the stove. Previously, it was customary to cook all dishes only on a fire. The modern interpretation involves grilling. We did the same with pilaf, let's try to imagine what it was like hundreds and even thousands of years ago. Pilaf in a cauldron cooked on the grill has its own special character and flavor, and we hope you will be able to appreciate it. But it will be a little bit later, but for now, let's just turn to history.
No one will tell you exactly today who and when invented pilaf. There are no real facts just legends. Only one thing is obvious - the pilaf is thousands of years old and it was created approximately in the II-III centuries. It is also known for certain that every nation has in its cookbook a dish one way or another reminiscent of pilaf. The very name of the dish - "pilaf" comes from the Persian polov, which in turn originates from the Sanskrit "pulaka", which literally translates as "boiled rice".
There is even a point of view that people in the Middle East learned to cook rice long before they invented pilaf. We find the first mentions of him in the legends of a thousand and one nights. There, pilaf is referred to as a festive dish, and it remains so to this day. At least only pilaf has a wonderful ability to look bright and uncommon. And in order for it there are important rules of cooking:
You will do everything right and the result will be simply stunning. Our grilled pilaf cooked in a cauldron and its recipe will show you all the charm of this dish. So let's not waste time and get down to business.
Despite the fact that there are often rumors about the calorie content of rice, we insist that pilaf is an extremely healthy dish. Delicious, satisfying and very aromatic pilaf will win your hearts and stomachs from the first spoon. You can cook such pilaf even without meat, because pilaf is not about meat, but just rice and vegetables. You can add mushrooms, spices and other additives to it that will make pilaf exactly the way you like it. Also, do not forget to tell us about your experience and share the intricacies of your recipes. Let's cook together. Let's create together a chronicle of tasty and healthy food. Your HozOboz!