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Palov (plov or pilaf) is a popular rice dish in Uzbekistan made of meat, onion, carrots, rice and variations including chickpeas and raisins. It’s usually served on a large plate for sharing.

Plov is a cult dish not only in its homeland Uzbekistan, but all over the former Soviet Republics and Russia. A hearty one-pot rice dish cooked in lamb fat with onions and carrots, it has many variations. Here is Plov recipe just as it is cooked in Uzbekistan.

A cousin of pilaf and pulao, plov is the national dish of Uzbekistan, a hearty dish of rice, carrots, onions, lamb, and a generous amount of fat.

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Plov

Try this recipe for Plov from Uzbekistan, best described at risotto meets lamb stew - a festive dish of tender lamb, rice, carrots, onions and spices.

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Chicken plov

Chicken Plov from Uzbekistan: a delicious Uzbeki chicken and rice casserole with carrots onions and herbs

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Chicken plov

Chicken Plov from Uzbekistan: a delicious comforting casserole of chicken and rice with carrots, onions, herbs and spices

Uzbek Plov - enjoyed beef plov last night for the first time! Ours did not have carrots and golden raisins which worked well in a crowd with picky eaters :))

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