Tomato Pilaf

Prepare as in basic recipe, using 12-16 oz (375-500 mL) chicken stock and 1V2 lb (700 g) chopped tomatoes with juice.

Spanish Rice

Prepare like Tomato Pilaf, but use bacon fat and sauté 6 oz (175 g) diced green bell pepper, 1 crushed clove garlic, and 1 tbsp (15 mL) paprika with the onion.

Turkish Pilaf

Sauté 52 tsp (1 mL) turmeric with the rice. To finished rice, add 4 oz (125 g) tomato concassé or drained, chopped canned tomatoes, 4 oz (125 g) cooked peas, and 4 oz (125 g) raisins (soaked and drained). Let stand 10-15 minutes before serving.

Additions to Rice Pilaf

Pimiento Chopped nuts Celery, diced Carrot, diced or grated Scallions

Cracked Wheat Pilaf

Prepare as in basic recipe, using cracked wheat instead of rice. Orzo Pilaf

Prepare as in basic recipe, using orzo (rice-shaped pasta) instead of rice.

Barley Pilaf

Prepare as in basic recipe, using pearled barley instead of rice. Use 252 pints (1.25 L) stock and bake 45 minutes. Mushrooms are often added to barley pilaf.


Green bell pepper, diced Spinach, chopped Mushrooms

Olives, chopped or sliced

Ham, diced or cut julienne Raisins or currants Water chestnuts Bacon

Was this article helpful?

0 0
100 Weight Loss Tips

100 Weight Loss Tips

Make a plan If you want to lose weight, you need to make a plan for it. Planning involves setting your goals both short term and long term ones. With proper planning, you would be able to have an effective guide on the steps that you want to take, towards losing pounds of weight. Aside from that, it would also keep you motivated.

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment