|Alternative names||Albalu polo, albaloo polow|
|Place of origin||Iran|
|Region or state||Iran|
|Main ingredients||rice (sour cherries usually morello cherry,) and several spices such as saffron, advieh, and others for flavoring.|
|Variations||Albaloo polo tahdig|
|Similar dishes||tadig/tahdig, Shirin polow, sabzi polo|
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Albaloo polo (Persian: آلبالو پلو) is an Iranian side dish of rice and sour cherries usually served with chicken, koobideh, or other types of kebab as well as some form of stews (khoresht). In Persian, albaloo is morello cherry; polo is pilaf, a style of cooked rice.
The dish can also be served as a type of tahdig known as albaloo polow ba tahdiq maast (آلبالو پلو با ته دیگ ماست), a specialty rice dish with a hardened bottom layer.
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