Recipe of Perfect Stuffed vine leaves rolls (Dolmeh)

Stuffed vine leaves rolls (Dolmeh). #Dolmeh or Stuffed vine Leaves rolls are one of the most popular dishes in Iran, Turkey, Greece, and many Central Asian countries. You can find Dolmeh in different types: sometimes Dolmeh includes wrapping leaves of grape leaves , or cabbage leaves around filling and sometimes stuffed eggplant, bell pepper or tomato are called dolmeh as well. Add the spices (dried mint, cinnamon, lemon salt, black pepper, dried currants, sugar and allspice) and chopped parsley.

Stuffed grape leaves are very popular in the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. Persian grape leaves are usually stuffed with ground beef and rice. I have always loved stuffed grape leaves and have fond memories of my grandmother making huge pots of it.

Hey everyone, hope you are having an amazing day today. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, stuffed vine leaves rolls (dolmeh). It is one of my favorites. This time, I am going to make it a little bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

#Dolmeh or Stuffed vine Leaves rolls are one of the most popular dishes in Iran, Turkey, Greece, and many Central Asian countries. You can find Dolmeh in different types: sometimes Dolmeh includes wrapping leaves of grape leaves , or cabbage leaves around filling and sometimes stuffed eggplant, bell pepper or tomato are called dolmeh as well. Add the spices (dried mint, cinnamon, lemon salt, black pepper, dried currants, sugar and allspice) and chopped parsley.

Stuffed vine leaves rolls (Dolmeh) is one of the most popular of current trending foods in the world. It is simple, it’s fast, it tastes yummy. It’s enjoyed by millions every day. They’re nice and they look wonderful. Stuffed vine leaves rolls (Dolmeh) is something that I have loved my entire life.

To get started with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can have stuffed vine leaves rolls (dolmeh) using 11 ingredients and 22 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Stuffed vine leaves rolls (Dolmeh):

  1. {Prepare 100 g of fresh and tender grape leaves or jar grape leaves.
  2. {Get 200 g of ground beef or lamb.
  3. {Take 100 g of onion.
  4. {Make ready Bunch of fresh fragrant herbs (dill, mint, parsley, coriander, spring onion, chives).
  5. {Get 4 tbsp of yogurt.
  6. {Make ready 3 tbsp of yellow split peas.
  7. {Make ready 10 tbsp of cooked rice.
  8. {Take 8 tbsp of olive oil.
  9. {Get 1 tsp of salt.
  10. {Get 1 tsp of turmeric.
  11. {Take 1/4 tsp of white pepper.

They are fairly easy to make even though a bit time consuming. Dolmas (also known as stuffed grape leaves, dawali, and dolmades) are eaten throughout the world, all with different variations. They can be found in Mediterranean restaurants, but instead of eating out for this healthy comfort food, make it at home. Grape leaves are stuffed with a beef, herb, and rice mixture in this slightly-sweet version of Iranian dolmeh.

Instructions to make Stuffed vine leaves rolls (Dolmeh):

  1. In a big bowl with ground meat, add grated onions, cooked yellow split peas, yogurt,cooked rice and spices and oil..
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  4. In dolmeh, fragrant herbs are very important, especially mint and dill with powerful fragrant give gorgeous flavor to your food.Wash herbs. Chop finely all your herbs. Add them to the other ingredients. Mix well by hand..
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  6. Now we are going to roll our dolmeh. First of all, if you use jar grape leaves, drain off brine and rinse them with cold water. If you use fresh tender grape leaves, bring water to boil and allow to cook leaves for 3-4 minutes. Cut off stems of leaves by knife or scissor. Take a leaf, and place 1 tbsp of stuffing in the center of a leaf. Give a roll, then fold bottoms in and go on with rolling it again. Repeat it with rest of your stuffing and leaves..
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  11. Take a big pot. place rolled leaves one by one in the pot..
  12. Pour 300 ml cold water plus 3 tbsp olive oil. Place a small plate top of dolmeh. You do this to avoid of moving rolled leaves in the pot. Cover the pot and allow to cook on the medium heat for 40 minutes..
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  14. You can serve dolmeh either warm or cold. I personally prefer cold ones. Nosh-e Jan.
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This completely depends on the recipe and the region it comes from. The Iranian version known as dolmeh are made with meat, rice, and split chickpeas. Turkish yaprak sarma, on the other hand, is vegetarian and doesn't call for any kind of meat. The recipe we have here is for vegetarian stuffed grape leaves with rice which is a more popular variation. There are a variety of ways to make the mixture that is wrapped with the grape leaves.

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