A parabolic rice cooker. You can make one at home using aluminum foil to create a reflective surface:
Video on youtube using a parabola and a pressure cooker: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyIT_iAtpH4
Surely this will make your Plov unauthentic, but in practice any medium-grained rice will be an acceptable substitute. If you find the correct spices (or close enough; cumin gives most of the flavour anyway), and some nice fat lamb, you should be able to make a delicious dish.
Even if the article on TripAdvisor mentions fermented and aged rice, this is a ...
I have no idea how best to rinse with boiling water; I've never prepared rice that way.
That being said, there have been many studies of how much water to use with rice, and most have shown that the vessel that the rice is being cooked in is quite significant.
It mostly has to do with how much moisture evaporates as you're cooking, and so cooking larger ...
Yes, those are two boiling methods.
One is using "right" amount of water that get absorbed by rice (that indicate rice being dobe) and second one is using excess amount of water. Both methods are valid although first one is much more water savvy.
But I have no idea why (and how) rinse cooked rice with boiling water. It's similar advice to using ...