The debate has raged for centuries.
For my part, the best plov I have had so far in Uzbekistan was in a pretty grimey oshxana on the bazaar in Chust, northern Fergana Valley. Not a lot of grease, real "lazer" rice, chickpeas, raisins, and the typically Uzbek yellow carrot. Good times
What's your favourite?
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Not a lot of grease would be incompatible with local ideas of what good plov is. I believe it's usually thought that the best plov should leave oil dripping from your elbow.steven wrote:Not a lot of grease, real "lazer" rice, chickpeas, raisins, and the typically Uzbek yellow carrot. Good times
I suspect the best plov is probably served in Moscow, however.
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