Turkish Condiment (seasoning/spice) for stuffed grape or cabbage leaves

 


Turkish Condiment (seasoning/spice) for stuffed grape or cabbage leaves

Turkish Condiment (seasoning/spice) for stuffed grape or cabbage leaves

If you have been to Turkey you have certainly ate stuffed grape leaf or cabbage leaves. The Turks love stuff vegetables, it is one of their favorite dishes. Turks prepare stuffed grape or cabbage leaves in two ways: the first way is a cold dish, it does not take meat and it uses the condiment sold in this page for stuffed grape or cabbage leaves, the second and hot dish uses meat to stuff the rapes and cabbage leaves. Please have a look at the cold dish recipe at the end of this page.

You can buy the turkish condiment (seasoning/spice) for stuffed grape or cabbage leaves from Turkey by credit card through a secure web site and it will be delivered to your home. This condiment is Turkish, and it is the same that is sold in Istanbul's spice bazaar. You are buying an original Turkish product directly from Turkey !

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Turkish condiment (seasoning/spice) for stuffed grapes or cabbage leaves
100 g Package
Price: 13 USD

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Turkish Condiment (seasoning/spice) for stuffed grape or cabbage leaves

Minimal order: at least 2 packages of any spice/condiment from our virtual spice bazaar.

How to prepare stuffed grapes or cabbage leaves with turkish spice: You should buy a can of grape leaves (or fresh if you find ...) or you can use fresh cabbage. Take one cup of rice. Cut 2 medium onions in small pieces, separate and fry it in plenty of olive oil. Add the rice, salt as you like, two tablespoons of stuffed grape leaves spice, also add two tablespoons of turkish pinyon (on sale at our virtual spice bazaar), two tablespoons of small Turkish grapes (on sale at our virtual spice bazaar) and a glass of water (this amount of water should be placed to begin the process of cooking rice. You should not cook the rice at this time. It should be a pre-cooking!). With the semi-cooked rice, separate it and let it cool. Take the salt of the grape leaves' (if they are salted - put it in the water and wait for around 3 hours) or if you use cabbage leaves, cook the cabbage leaves a little bit so they get soft (but do not overcook!). Fill the leaves, making cigars like in the picture above. Put in a pan a few grape leaves or cabbage, add the stuffed grape or cabbage leaves carefully and add water. Cook at low heat until the rice is cooked. Bon appetit!

Transportation: All our products are original from turkey and are delivered directly from Istanbul - Turkey by airmail and the transportion takes approximately 10 days to reach Europe and 15 days to reach South and North America, Asia and all other countries. Transportation is included in the price of the product.

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