on May 27, 2011
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This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Happy Friday & have a safe, happy & delicious holiday weekend!
Rice cooking fail made me wonder about my Chinese background. :) But adding toasted black sesame seeds and chopped parsley is delicious!
How does one artfully photograph a bowl of white rice? I think that assignment is a food blogger advanced challenge- Great pick.
Nice easy side! I’m off for an extra long, long weekend. Happy Friday all!
I just ate this rice on its own, in a crispy fill bowl and it was delicious!
Haha.. what I actually meant was, a crispy filo bowl!
I soooo enjoyed this post! I loved your story – I think you’re right about food memories. Your photos are wonderful, and I think your creativity is just amazing. So impressive;
Of course, one of the reasons I love Asian (particularly Thai) food is from living in Australia for a couple of years – and going out to a favorite restaurant with friends each week. Your story brought back those terrific memories, as well as sharing your own story. Wonderful!
(sorry, I’m having a hard time posting omments to blogger sites – I have no idea why)
Everyone’s pilafs look amazing! I turned this into a rice pudding :)
Think this will be a re-appearing as a side dish in my home. I added star anise, it was very good! http://www.thevanillapantry.com/
Cardamom Rice Pilaf
So incredibly easy to make! And delicious!
Again, trouble with commenting on Blogger sites (and I have a blogger blog!!)
I love your blog – and how both of you have your own take on things. It’s so much fun to read. I love the part about “Dorie” food – I think many of us have that going on. Good thing they are pretty popular!
A 5 star winner (*****) in my book.
I love this rice;-) Have a nice weekend!
LOVED this rice! simple … elegant … yummy …
so, of course, I still had to faff with it …
Great basic recipe – and I was able to use some photos from my last India trip too in my post!
Thanks for sharing your photos and story about your trip! Sounds like this recipe brought back some great memories.
I didn’t do a separate post on just the rice, but made it earlier this week to serve with Ad Hoc’s Crispy Braised Chicken Thighs with Olives, Lemon and Fennel – it was a great pairing!
I adored this dish! I could eat it every day. I love how it looks so unassuming until you taste it, and then it’s like–WHAM!–flavor!
Wonderful post. Glad you loved it so much. BTW, I’ve made the Creamy, Cheesy, Garlicky Rice With Spinach (pg 380) a couple of times – though I have to admit, more as a main dish than side. It’s really nice too.
I adored the simplicity of this!
Mine turned into Quinoa Pilaf, but it was delicious!
Pilaf, scmilaf….not crazy over this one but it’s always fun.
Don’t forget to celebrate our military folks past and present this weekend!
I cheated and used the rice cooker ;-)
We loved this dish!
A wonderful side dish that we’ll make again & again!
I subbed quinoa for the rice. It turned out great – can’t wait to eat it again for lunch today!
A nice change from plain rice.
Cardamom has such an interesting flavor … Loved it in rice.
Thank goodness for easy, but tasty dishes.
Happy Memorial Day! :)
A hit and a miss for me!
We liked this easy side dish!
I liked this. Really. I don’t do much Indian cuisine so was skeptical that the cardamom would overpower the Pilaf. Served it and salmon with pesto at a dinner with gal-pals (see my Blog). They all are pretty sophisticated foodies and really enjoyed the combo. Could I add figs? I have left-overs so will go the “cold” route, à la Doris this week-end. This is my fourth week of FFwD and I am having fun. Thank you all.
Very delicious and healthy too!
This would be great with so many different dishes!
Mixed reviews at home, but I enjoyed it.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
We built a meal around this rice…turned out pretty good. I’m interested to see what everyone else did.
Everything looks great, but those rolls… wow!
Here’s my post!
http://lyabroudy.blogspot.com/2011/05/cardamom-rice-pilaf-french-fridays-w.html – love that these are all turning into new go-to dishes! And love looking at the many creative ways of photographing the “plain white rice”. Inspiring!
Absolutely loved this! It is on the “will make again” list!
I am loving how easy so many of the AMFT recipes are! Especially when your kid makes them for you :):)
My son’s rice pilaf was great: http://cookingluciacara.blogspot.com/2011/05/cardomom-rice-pilaf.html
Better late than never!
I’m late again. Mea Culpa!
But here’s my link: http://www.creolekid.com/2011/05/cardamom-rice-pilaf/
Really late this time. A fine recipe, but I’m just not a lover of rice. I’ve been impressed with how creative so many of you were with your posts and recipe variations!
Better late than never. I made it on Friday but didn’t have time to post. I’ve been enjoying it all weekend.
Trying to catch up with the recipes I missed, here’s another!
I’ve missed out on the duck for this week, so caught up on this recipe, instead. I’ve made it a number of times, but never managed to post about it. It’s a great weekday side dish. Here’s the link: http://wp.me/ptfGB-Fu
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