dolmas

NOUN
  1. well-seasoned rice (with nuts or currants or minced lamb) simmered or braised in stock
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How To Use dolmas In A Sentence

  • We ordered moussaka and dolmas and ate them on a nearby street corner with some wine.
  • The scoop of yogurt-based tzatziki dip that comes with the dolmas is lively enough that they ought to offer it as a dish in itself.
  • Some dolmas are made from cabbage leaves, grapevine, kale, or some other leaf large enough and softened enough by cooking that it can be wrapped around the little ball made of the filling.
  • And the dolmas, in which astringently green-tasting grape leaves clasp tartly seasoned rice, are so good I could happily eat a dozen of them.
  • Whether making dolmas (stuffed grape leaves) for the Greek festival in spring, carving elaborate jack o’ lanterns in autumn or eating my Nona's cookies in winter, the kitchen is where memories were - and are - made.
  • She also found work translating Greek into English, labelling halva and tinned dolmas for export. COUP D'ETAT
  • We ordered moussaka and dolmas and ate them on a nearby streetcorner with some wine.
  • We loaded our plates with hummus and pita, deliciously lemony dolmas, pickled golden beets, a mess of roasted vegetables, and buttery corn pudding.
  • And of course, there are even more meat dishes, such as chicken with mushrooms (in a fried shell), boiled lamb, stuffed meat with sauce, and Turkish dolmas.
  • We stopped and got Falafel and dolmas at a little grill.
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