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“Her vendte far sin plov, å så mangen, mangen gang,”
“The homestay was again fabulous and served us their traditional dish called plov, consisting of a mix of rice, vegetables, meat and garlic.”
“In Uzbekistan, where is is called "plov" it is believed that proper preparation of Pilaf was first documented by a tenth-century scholar Abu Ali Ibn Sina or Avicenna, a polymath, physician and philosopher, who in his books on medical sciences dedicated the whole section on preparing various meals, including several types of pilaf, as well as describing advantages and disadvantages of every item used for preparing it.”
“Try the traditional Tajik plov, a simple but tasty mix of grilled beef, rice, chickpeas and spices.”
“If you find the time, a culinary side trip to Georgia or Armenia in search of Azerbaijaini plov, a spiced rice dish cooked with meat and dried fruit, is worth the journey.”
“I no longer have a problem drinking hot tea on hot days, having extra servings of plov and dolma (though I usually serve myself if I am with friends – which they find more amusing than rude) and I never forget to take off my shoes (which are habitually cleaned).”
“We ate wild pistachios, followed by plov, a rice pilaf of meat and vegetables cooked in the kazan.”
“Pilaf (plov), both savory and sweet, is a favorite in Azerbaijan.”
“The country has a handful of favorite dishes, including plov, a meal of rice and meat cooked in lamb's fat.”
“Khorezm Art Restaurant, in a brick enclosure, serves Uzbek dishes including plov, meat pies and fried Uzbek noodles.”
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