One of the questions I get most often is about my sources of inspiration - if I still have recipes, where I get them from, how I choose them etc. And I usually answer the same - I have an endless list of recipes in plan. They come from many sources, from home, from guests, from the internet and from communicating with you - my fans on Facebook or the site. I got this recipe for baked pilaf from a wonderful lady whom I talk to on Facebook on a regular basis. She told me about it last week, I immediately asked for instructions and here we are - with a wonderful, interesting, fast and very tasty food. I've never tried to combine potatoes with rice, but you should know that it works and it's really good.
The children also liked a lot the variant without the chicken. I will show it at the beginning of Lent. Still, the chicken pilaf recipe is more accurate and closer to the source. You can use either bone in or boneless chicken legs and wings. I also think it wouldn't be bad at all with some turkey meat.
Thank you very much, Monica, for this pilaf recipe, it's very nice, fast and tasty - just the way we like it!