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Crab Pilaf

March/April 2008

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Pilaf originated in Persia; the word refers to any rice dish in which the rice is sautéed in a little oil or butter and then simmered with seasoned liquid. Variations take off from there—this version combines springtime herbs, asparagus and crab for a delectable main-dish pilaf. Serve with a glass of iced tea and a tossed salad.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made this dish at Christmas for a family gathering, and it was a big hit with them, and with me - baking it in the oven makes it super easy, and it was delicious! Even the people who usually turn their noses up at brown rice were happy...
Crab Pilaf

1 Review for Crab Pilaf

01/30/2010
Anonymous

I made this dish at Christmas for a family gathering, and it was a big hit with them, and with me - baking it in the oven makes it super easy, and it was delicious! Even the people who usually turn their noses up at brown rice were happy with the meal.

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