Recipe by xxxx
"It is an Iranian food."
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uncooked white rice
water, or as needed
water, or more as needed
salt to taste
dry lentils, rinsed
vegetable oil, divided
onions, thinly sliced
pitted, chopped dates
I love Persian rice dishes and have been experimenting for awhile with different recipes. The cooking technique for this dish is right on based upon my research. I do have a few tips, however. For best results use Basmati rice. In addition to soaking the rice I rinsed it gently until the water ran clear. Watch the rice carefully when you're parboiling it. 8-9 minutes was plenty for me. For the final cooking stage with the lentils make sure you use a heavy pot with a tight fitting lid like a dutch oven. Finally, I cover the pot with a damp dish towel and then put the lid on. This helps to ensure the perfect individual grains that Persian rice is known for. As long as the heat is on low you can cook for more than the 30 minutes suggested. The key to this rice is a crispy layer at the bottom of the pan and this recipe doesn't disappoint. The onions, dates and raisins are garnishes in my opinion, but don't skimp on the saffron. Excellent. Thanks XXXX!
hey!!well i just wanna add you can omit the dates and raisins serve it with feta cheese or fried fish thats how the Rashties have it!
6 Stars!!! This is one of my husband's favorite foods! Good with some plain yogurt, too. The recipe takes practice, but pays off since the procedure is a common one for Persian Rice recipes. The tasty, crispy rice covering "bottom of the pot" is hard for anyone to resist. Thanks XXXX.....keep the recipes coming!
i think in stage 3 after you fried unions,then add one cup or more ground red meat and little spice(such as Turmeric and black pepper powder),and stir union and meat together,till the colour of meat changed,then in little pan with 1 or 2 table spoon vegetable oil and low heat pour raisins,note:you should take raisins immidiatly before it fried and change its colours completely,and if you like add it to meat or add it to adas polow seprately,this will be more delicious . . .
Have made rice like this for some 30 years & have always loved it. But I've lost too many teeth now I can no longer eat the "tadigh" (crusty bottom part) so have had to switch to other versions. My ex-husband, an Iranian, taught me to prepare this application with his version of a spicy, wonderful version of chicken soup.
The taste was good, but this was a challenge to make! The rice stuck to the pan so the presentation was awkward! I loved having the dates, raisins and onions cover the portion of where the rice wasn't!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Adas Polow (Persian Rice and Lentils)
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 71
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