4 Reviews

Wonderful! I am pitifully lacking in pots and pans, so wasn't able to steam them correctly, but they still turned out (my friend has grape leaves growing in her garden, so they were super fresh!). You are also to blame for my current fixation with adding currants and pine nuts to everything lol. My boyfriend isn't as thrilled with the grape leaves as I am, but he peeled it apart and loved the filling. I am definitely making this again.

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Abi Fae September 13, 2006

What can I say ...the best I have had. (1)Simple to make.(2)great flavor ..LOL the most difficult part was getting the leaves out of the jar...thank you for sharing :)5 stars are not enough

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Dorsai November 15, 2005

Absolutely Awesome. My wife and I are absolutely addicted to them. Used 2 jars of grape leaves. Ran out and bought 4 more to use later. We just can't stope eating em. Covered with egg lemon sauce. Mmmmmm Mmmmmm.

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KennyB November 07, 2005

Very good! This was my first attempt at making stuffed grapes leaves and they were a lot easier than I had expected, although time consuming. I needed and extra 10 minutes or so of steaming time before the rice was tender enough, but otherwise the directions were quite straightforward. I used the bottled leaves and ground beef. The flavor was great, although next time I would use only 1 lemon, as it was a bit too lemony for my tastes. I also would double the amount of currants and chop the pine nuts, so that each bite would have a little. They really added something extra special to the flavor. Thanks!

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HeatherFeather August 09, 2004
Stuffed Grape Leaves Lebanese