These Grape Leaves are marinated in sea salt and vinegar
These marinated grape leaves are ideal for making dolmas and other Mediterranean appetizers.
Stuff these preserved grape leaves with savory meat and rice mixtures.
Grape vine leaves are mostly used in Mediterranean cuisine to make stuffed grape leaves or "dolmas" as the Greeks call it. Peloponnese Grape Leaves are grown on the sultana kind of vine, which is well-known for its flavor and texture. Add them to a gift basket for anyone who enjoys preparing authentic Mediterranean recipes.
Try stuffing these leaves with a mixture of olive oil, rice, garlic, onions, and fresh lemon juice—add ground beef for an especially savory dish. Or use these leaves as part of a seafood recipe.
It is recommended to take the amount of grape vine leaves needed out of the jar and place them in boiling hot water for about a minute prior to using it for your cooking.
Grape leaves, water, sea salt, wine vinegar
Product of Greece