Stuffed Grape Leaves
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Lebanese Grape Leaves | Costco Diva
Similar to the recipe for my Lebanese Chicken Shawarmas, this recipe is adapted from the grape leaves sold at an authentic Lebanese restaurant in Calgary. These are lighter than the most common Lebanese grape leaves which typically have meat such as lamb included. These grape leaves are slightly sour so I recommend pairing them with my white sauce, the recipe for which is available over on the Chicken Shawarma post.
Instant Pot Paleo Stuffed Grape Leaves (AIP) - Fed and Fulfilled
Instant Pot Paleo Stuffed Grape Leaves (AIP) - succulent grape leaves are stuffed with grass-fed beef, cauliflower rice, golden raisins, fresh mint, and Middle Eastern spices! So delicious and easy in the Instant Pot! | fedandfulfilled.com
Dolmathes Recipe (Greek grape leaves stuffed with rice and meat)
Dolmathes (Greek grape leaves stuffed with rice and meat) The Greek word dolmathes, or dolmades (ντολμαδες) comes from Turkish dolma, which is a general term for stuffed vegetables. Greek dolmathes, often known simply as dolmas in English, are stuffed grape leaves. This fresh and healthy finger food is also popular in Turkey, the Middle East and the Balkans.
Armenian Stuffed Cabbage (Dolmas)
In Armenian and nearby Middle Eastern cuisines, dolma refers to a family of stuffed vegetable dishes, most often wrapped in grape or cabbage leaves. You can use this same meat-and-rice filling—and a similar steaming technique—to hollow out and stuff zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, or peppers. Dolmas taste best warm, and leftovers can be resteamed one or more times as desired.