A stick of cinnamon, crushed cardamom pods and whole peppercorns add terrific flavor to this golden pilaf. Instead of adding them directly to the rice, tie them up in a piece of cheesecloth, so you can easily remove them once they've added their terrific seasonings to the dish.
Although the D word isn't part of my New Year's vocabulary, this zesty soup is light enough to qualify for one. It is super fast and aside from a poblano chili pepper, you probably have the other ingredients in your fridge or pantry.
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