Stuffed Grape Leaves Recipe - PHOTO SHOOT

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Mediterranean food is my favorite and today i present you a very famous dish from the regions of greece, turkey and middle east. They called it "dolmadakia" or Stuffed Grape leaves, it has a sour delicious taste , some time stuffed with rice and veggie or rice with lamb.

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It may sound weird to stuffed plant leaves, but believe me this one deserve to give it a try, also it is kind of a little bit difficult for a newbie person, but as a everyday cooker it sound easy because it takes time to roll the leaves. I made about 150 fingers of grape leaves LOL. Once i start to eat i can't stop. Anyway, This is my own recipe with my own way, you'll find many other ways of making these grape leaves, with different fillings. I hope you'll like my way.

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Stuffed Grape Leaves

Yield: grape leaves
Prep time: 60 mins
Cooking time: 55 mins

Ingredients:

1 kg of grape leaves

For filling:
1 1/2 cup short-grain rice
200g minced lamb meat
1/2 cup fresh parsley finely chopped
2 tbsp finely chopped mint
1 tbsp olive oil
1 small onion finely chopped
1 tbsp tomato paste
1/4 tsp black pepper
salt, to taste
1/2 tsp cinnamon

For sauce:
6 Cups of water
3 tbsp tomato paste (optional)
1/4 cup lemon juice
1 medium onion
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp black pepper
1 tbsp olive oil

The way:

In a large saucepan bring water to boil, cook the grap leaves in a boiling water for a minute until changing color.
Drain the leaves in a colander.

In a bowl wash and soak rice for 20 minutes, drain. Into the rice, add the lamb meat, parsley, mint, all the mentioned ingredients, mix until well combined.

Take a leaf of grape and place the filling and follow the steps in the photo below.

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In a large saucepan, place 3 leaves at the bottom and rows the wrapped leaves.

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To prepare the sauce: in another saucepan bring the 6 cups of water to boil, add the lemon, tomato paste, spices, oil and onion. Boil for 5 minutes. Pour the sauce gently on the rows of grape leaves until cover.
Take a plate and place it upside down on top of the leaves, cook for a 2 minutes on a high heat then reduce heat to medium.
Cook at a medium heat for about 45-55 minutes until well cooked.
Remove the plate and serve the grape leaves.
ENJOY!

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This is some thing new for me and I never heard about this dish before. I hope it is tasty as well.

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@introvert-dime oh yes it is so delicious once you eat one you can't stop you should try it in greek or a mediterranean restaurant, thanks for stopping by my dear. Regards.

Looks great, somehow I really like food wrapped in leaves, like Chinese glutinous rice.

Excelente plato y el paso a paso en la receta. Gracias por compartir. Slds

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I have had the pleasure of tasting that dish, made by experienced hands, and it is very good. And I must say that with that presentation it attracts much more. But I must say that I would not dare to prepare it hahaha

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@laykenia Thanks alot my dear

Wow that's look so delicious my favourit recipe ever you made me hungry thanks for sharing

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@ramialbanna thank you so much

I was going to school for electrology in Detroit, we had a banquet for the holidays, some middle eastern girls made stuffed grape leaves, they were so delicious. I am glad you posted this, I will try it, not sure if it's the exact same thing they used but it's worth a try .

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@sunlit7 yes it is thanks for stopping by

I've had this food in Greece before, it's quite nice! I'll try to make it based on your recipe, hope it works :)

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@peterveronika i hope you'll like my way thanks for stopping my

Felicitaciones muy excelente la preparación y presentación. Me encanta ese tipo de comida y ese toque agridulce me derrite la boca.

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we also call it "koupepia" in cyprus "dolmadakia" is used most often in Greece.Love it you make my day

Foods my favorite
Nice recipes.nice post

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Wow I have never seen this in my life! Looks delish and healthy looking!! 🔥

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@frankmiami Yes it is you should try it once, thanks for stopping by

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I love stuffed grape leaves. My Turkish roommate made me once. Amazing taste. Sad thing is that it's way too difficult to find grape leaves where I live. :(

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@escapefreedom you have to find a grape tree in some field and steal the leaves to make it LOL!
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These look delicious! I love these vine leaves and great to have a recipe now!

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@barcrofttv thanks alot my dear happy you liked it

Thank you for sharing - I love Dolmadakia too. I think they taste best on vacation in Greece :)
A perfect recipe with perfect matching photos.

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Wow it looks so yummy :)

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The food looks delicious!
It must be a sight.

Delicious food

looks like delicious dish, in my town this simple set must be sold by higher price

Turkish cuisine .. look at the black cabbage

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