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Barley & Wild Rice Pilaf with Pomegranate Seeds

Fall 2003

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This pilaf melds the chewy texture of barley and wild rice with the richness of toasted pine nuts and the sweet-sour crunch of pomegranate seeds. The elegant dish is perfect for entertaining.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Never would have thought this combination would have been so yummy!! It's great - definitely a "different" dish to bring to a potluck - you won't go home with leftovers!! "
Barley & Wild Rice Pilaf with Pomegranate Seeds

12 Reviews for Barley & Wild Rice Pilaf with Pomegranate Seeds

07/05/2013
Anonymous
Couldn't believe how good this was.

Being an extremely fussy eater I honestly didn't think that I would like this when I chose to cook it but how wrong was I. That first forkful was like a tiny slice of heaven in my mouth, the various flavours just came together perfectly. This recipe for sure will be made often in my house.

You can leave it to cook
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04/03/2013
Anonymous
superb & a little goes long way

I love this recipe, i changed up just a tiny bit - vege broth instead of chicken broth, tossed one diced green pepper with onion, and used chopped tomato instead of pomegranate perfils (only because i didn't have any on hand). Cant wait to share & try it with the pomegranate

healthy, flavorful, easy to make
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12/28/2011
Barley & Wild Rice Pilaf with Pomegranate Seeds

Healthy and great flavor plus interest with the crunch of the seeds and nuts. Made this to go with fish - perfect side.

Very easy to make.
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11/23/2011
A new savory Thanksgiving favorite

I add chopped mushrooms to the onions and it adds a little extra richness (umami).

delicious, great texture and presentation
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11/10/2010

Never would have thought this combination would have been so yummy!! It's great - definitely a "different" dish to bring to a potluck - you won't go home with leftovers!!

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