Description Edit

Stuffed vineleaves with rice. Dolmades is an appetizer delicacy wrapped in vine leaves. The vineleaves are served cold with egg and lemon sauce.


Ingredients Edit

Directions Edit

  1. Drain the vineleaves.
  2. Sauté the onions in half the oil until they get a golden color.
  3. Add the rice, salt, pepper, parsley, dill and mint and half a glass of water.
  4. Cook until the water is absorbed.
  5. Use a tea spoon to count the portion of the rice mixture required for each leaf.
  6. Place on each leaf the appropriate portion of rice and then fold each leaf to make a little parcel.
  7. In a large sauce pan place the vineleaves one close to each other.
  8. Put a plate on top of them in order not to open.
  9. Add the remaining oil, 2 cups boiling water and the lemon juice.
  10. Cook on low heat.

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