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Terminology

Pilau rice

Pilau rice
Pilau rice

Pilau rice (Noun.) – Pilau rice is an aromatic buttery rice dish that involves cooking rice (chawal) in Hindi) with herbs and butter in the stock or broth of vegetables or meat. It is believed that the word Pilau comes from the word Pilaf. Pilaf was first made in India in the Indus River valley. The earliest forms of our modern word “Pilaf” are the Indo Aryan words “Pula,” (meaning a dish of rice & meat) or “Pulaka” (from the Sanskrit meaning a lump of boiled rice).

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