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  • n. Plural form of pilaf.

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Examples

  • I like to use it like rice, in pilafs, as a side dish, in stir fry, casseroles and even in baking for making muffins.

    Mary Ann Esposito: What to Stock in Your Pantry for Winter

  • The classic Bedouin food—roasted goats and sheep, grilled camel, bread cooked in ashes—mixed with Indian spices, Persian pilafs, Turkish yogurt cooking, and Byzantine vegetables.

    Day of Honey

  • Tabeekh were gravies and stews, pilafs and sauces made of humbler ingredients than meze: wheat, rice, potatoes, greens, beans, lentils.

    Day of Honey

  • Arab writers churned out treatises denouncing the fruity, effeminate Persian pilafs and praising manly Bedouin fare.

    Day of Honey

  • And for those who take issue with rice, pilafs can be made with all kinds of grains, chewy, wheat berries, nutty bulgar, tiny calcium-rich amaranth and protein-packed pearls of quinoa.

    Ellen Kanner: Meatless Monday: Table Manners

  • While I love a one-pot wonder, this dish pays homage to your classic pilafs and pulaws, and is done in stages,with the rice and sauce cooked separately.

    Ellen Kanner: Meatless Monday: Table Manners

  • An amber-colored finishing oil that has this cook dreaming of ways to dress winter salads, finish pilafs and drizzle atop pizza.

    Clean Plates: Fun, Socially Conscious Gift Ideas for Food Lovers

  • Perhaps the fastest up-and-comer in the ancient grain crowd, freekeh pronounced FREE-kah can be found in warm salads, risottos and pilafs.

    Get Your Freekeh On

  • Perhaps the fastest up-and-comer in the ancient-grain crowd, freekeh pronounced FREE-kah can be found in warm salads, risottos and pilafs.

    Week in Words

  • Dried fruits including but not limited to raisins add a nice touch to pilafs, bean dishes, and desserts.

    The Food Matters Cookbook

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