Like Anu, I too loved this rice. The only thing that I omitted in this was the hot red pepper sauce. The garnishing of this rice with the corriander sprigs made it even more presentable- it looked like a fruit pulao, and when I served it piping hot, it was really very well enjoyed. The almonds did add richness and a great crunch as well to this rice. I'll try cashewnuts for a change next time. This recipe is "Definitely" a keeper! Thank U,Tish, for sharing it.
I brown bagged this for lunch today, and enjoyed every bite of it! I was probably really sleepy when I made it, because I used a pear instead of a peach, even though I had over a dozen peaches on hand. I like the gentle sweetness of this dish, which is mild enough so that this can serve as a main dish. The slivered almonds add a wonderful crunch, and I'd like to try it with peanut or walnuts or even cashews, for that added bit of richness! Thanks Tish, this one's a keeper!
I could become addicted to this rice. I'll make it again and again. I did use cashews and a mix of brown and white rice. This recipe has a great layering of flavors; sweet, tangy and hot. Terrific!
Delicious recipe, although I did have to increase the amount of hot sauce, and I used soy sauce instead of salt. I also added some chopped spinach like I usually do with fried rice. All in all, this one's a definite keeper- thanks for sharing!
This is really bad. Bland and tasteless.
Last weekend we made this dish for about 20 people at church. It turned out great and it was gone in no time. We left out the hot sauce but had a bottle there so people could add their own. I think this is one of the best recipes I have ever tried. We used fresh peaches off of our tree so that made it even more special. Thank you so much for this recipe.
This is such an easy dish to make and really has a very unique flavor. I love it!
This rice is great. I added some green peas. I think I would add a bit more hot sauce for a little more "zing" next time. GREAT recipe, thanks!