- n. Plural form of dolmade.
“So for like a week, I've been promising Josh that I'd make Greek food for dinner so we could put a hurting on all the dolmades and tzatziki we've acquired.”
“At the last Greek festival we went to my parents bought a 10,000 pound can of dolmades (am I exaggerating?).”
“So large, in fact, that last night I scooped up some of my chicken mayo and rolled it in a basil leaf that had grown to the size of a piece of lettuce and stuffed it in my mouth, dolmades style.”
“A citrus spark lights up the cigar-shaped dolmades, in which Swiss chard replaces the usual grape leaves, and the traditional rice-and-pine-nut filling finds room for pomegranate molasses.”
“At 1am tonight, I found myself leaning over my sink -- in my PJs -- eating delicious vegan dolmades that my roommate Christine made.”
“We had glanced at the menu, ordered the same thing—the vegetarian meze—and when it had arrived, both started with the dolmades, then moved on to the hummus.”
“A new take on Greek dolmades, grape leaves which are usually stuffed with rice and meat or lentils.”
“On Sunday we had a gang of family over, so we just went down to the Drive to a Middle Eastern grocery store and set out a buffet of flatbreads and buns, dips and spreads, olives, vegetarian dolmades stuffed grape leaves, vegetable relishes and salads, and a bowl of strawberries.”
“Known as dolmades in Greece and simply as vine leaves elsewhere, it's probably no accident that leaves of the grape vine are used in this manner in a region not noted for the quality of its wines; quality sometimes so poor that the Greeks came to add pine resin to certain wines retsina and thought it an improvement!”
“However, the dolmades, along with keftedes, could all be ordered with the other three as a super meze plate of five things.”
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