Pilaf with dried fruit and almonds

Pilaf with dried fruit and almonds

Ingredients
Rice 100, 210 water, melted butter 40, 20 dried apricots, raisins 15, 15 prunes, almonds (core) 10, honey 15.

Dried fruits wash, almond (kernel), scalded with boiling water, peel and cut each along the amygdala into three parts. The prepared fruit and almonds are lightly fry in melted butter, then add the honey and enough water so that it only covered products, and cook, as a compote at low boil for 15-20 minutes.

Boil the rice in salted water is not up to full readiness, recline in a colander, cool under running cold water. When the water is completely drained, put the rice in a saucepan or korobin, pour the melted butter, stir, then place the dishes with rice in broiler rice and bring to readiness.

When serving on a plate or dish put cooked rice and pour it with fruit compote.

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. I have tried a similar recipe , quite flavorful and light! Thanks for sharing

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  2. Kristina M says:

    the title of this post alone makes me hungry!

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  3. Cori Large says:

    Very quick pilaf recipe! And it could be an appetizer or a dessert dish.

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  4. Ann says:

    This sounds awesome! I agree the name alone sounds AMAZING!

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  5. hahah I didn't even know what Pilaf was until this.
    Thanks for the quick and greatly laid out recipe!

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  6. Sam says:

    This sounds lovely. I love finding new ideas and exploring new tastes.

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  7. Paola Cioppi says:

    Oooh yum yum, dried fruit and almonds are a great combo to pilaf!

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  8. The Oracle says:

    Oh! That sounds delicious! Is this an autumn recipe?

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