Definition of pilaf in English:

pilaf

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Pronunciation: /pɪˈlaf
 
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(also pilaff)

noun

[mass noun]
Another term for pilau.
More example sentences
  • Garam masala is mostly used with meat; to a lesser extent in poultry and rice dishes, such as pilafs and birianis; and only rarely in fish or vegetable dishes, for which its aroma is considered too strong.
  • The rice pilaf and many-hued grilled vegetables that come with it may not have the wow factor, but they are fresh, wholesome and nicely done.
  • You can use the leaves with tomatoes, beans, carrots, potatoes, pilafs, pasta salads, baked chicken, roast lamb, grilled meats - even fish and other seafood.

Origin

early 19th century: Turkish pilâv from Persian pilāv (see pilau).

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