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|Alternative names||Qabili, Uzbeki, Afghan, or Oshi palaw|
|Course||Lunch, dinner, traditionally the main course|
|Place of origin||Afghanistan|
|Region or state||Central Asia|
|Created by||Afghan cuisine|
|Main ingredients||Steamed rice mixed with raisins, carrots, and lamb or beef|
Kabuli palaw or Qabuli pulao (Dari Persian: قابلی پلاو) is a variety of pilaf made in Afghanistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and parts of Central Asian countries. It consists of steamed rice mixed with raisins, carrots, and beef or lamb. There exist different variations depending on the region.
Kabuli palaw is considered a festive and important dish due to the price and quality of the ingredients as well as its tradition of being Afghanistan's national cuisine. The dish is traditionally placed in the center of the meal with other foods making up the rest of the perimeter.
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