Persian-style Lentils and Rice

If you like food rich in spices with a heavy dose of sweet and savory, then recipe is for you. This is the embodiment of aromatic and colorful food that is simple…healthy…and found in some form or another throughout the entire Mediterranean. It is sunny food casting rays of deliciousness on a platter shared by friends.

The original form of this recipe is called Adas Polow, a traditional Iranian dish. It’s a humble dish that is simple to prepare…and versatile. The classic preparation uses dates and golden raisins to supply the sweetness. My interpretation incorporates chopped dried apricots and roasted

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