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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/07/2019 12:06 AM

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LeprechaunLily

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/07/2019 12:06 AM

We lay out the grapevine leaves, and the folding and rolling begins, explained in the next couple of photos.

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LeprechaunLily

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/07/2019 12:05 AM

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/07/2019 12:04 AM

We add 100-150 gr of white rice and 2 dl of water and sautee for a couple of minutes.

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LeprechaunLily

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/07/2019 12:04 AM

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/07/2019 12:03 AM

We sautee the onions on some olive oil with salt, pepper and dried broth. We add half a kilo of minced meat, preferably mixed kinds.

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/07/2019 12:02 AM

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/06/2019 11:59 PM

We chop finely 4 big yellow onions.

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/06/2019 11:59 PM

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Re: Sarma or yaprak or dolma

from LeprechaunLily on 07/06/2019 11:58 PM

We pour boiling water over them and leave them to soak for an hour or so.

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