One-Pot Carolina Chicken Bog. Originating around Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, chicken bog is a distant cousin to chicken purloo (or pilaf), which consists of pulled chicken cooked together with rice and sausage.
Carolina Comfort | A purloo, which in the Lowcountry also goes by "pilau" and "perlo," is a baked pot of rice, vegetables, stock and poultry.
This comforting dish comes from South Carolina’s Low Country, where seafood is abundant and rice cultivation is integral to the region’s foodways., chef Mike Lata offers a quick-cooking recipe that really allows the ingredients to shine.
One-pot rice dishes can be remarkably adaptable and easy to cook. Our favorite is perloo, from the Lowcountry of South Carolina, a cousin of jambalaya that traces its origins to the family of Middle Eastern dishes known as pilafs.