Simple Jeweled Rice

Written by chanie on August 16th, 2011

My mom has been making this yummy rice for years. I had no idea that it was a version of Persian jeweled rice, but once I learned of the traditional Persian food, I realized that it’s the absolute perfect name for this recipe. Bejeweled with sweet and delicious dried fruits, this rice turns a simple side dish into a meal fit for a king!

I don’t even want to bring up Rosh Hashana because I cannot believe that it’s almost here. Where did the whole summer go?! But, sans the nuts, I do have to say that this would make a beautiful accompaniment to your yom tov seudah. Just thinking about sweet tzimmis and honey cake is making me pine for the sweet New Year. It’s just around the bend!

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  1. Rivki Locker says:

    This does, indeed, look like a lovely Rosh Hashana dish. It’s going on my yom tov bookmark list!

  2. Kassi says:

    Do you have a good tzimmis recipe?

    • chanie says:

      I love my mom’s tzimmes. I don’t have exact measurements, but basically it’s sliced carrots, cubed sweet potatoes, honey, sugar, salt, marrow bones and 1/2 pot water. Simmer for about an hour.

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