|Sadaf's Adas Polo (Persian Lentil Rice)|
The mixture comes dry and you basically cook it for about 30 minutes with water and oil/butter - it's chock full of lentils, raisins, piaz dagh (fried onions) and the flavor is rich. You can make it with vegetable oil but I'd recommend using butter instead (4 tablespoons) as anybody who's had their Persian rice made with butter knows it really enhances the flavor and smell. Surprise bonus: I even got a decent tahdig (crusty rice...aka Persian Crack) to form! I'd definitely make this again and looking forward to trying their other rices (Estamboli polo, Sabzi polo and Shirin Polo).
|Sadaf's Adas Polo (Persian Lentil Rice) source: sadaf.com|
Here are a couple other Sadaf products I like:
Sadaf Frozen Persian Rice Meals
Sadaf Joojeh Kabob (Chicken Kabob) Seasoning