Grape Leaves for the Winter
Grape Leaves for the Winter – a recipe for Azerbaijani cuisine, an easy and simple way to harvest grape leaves for the winter. Dolma is prepared from grape leaves, and not only in Azerbaijani cuisine. Dolma is very popular in Azerbaijan, and beyond its borders, but it can be cooked only in the warm season, when there are fresh grape leaves, and you also want to cook it for the holiday in winter. Therefore, wise housewives stock up on canned grape leaves.
Grape Leaves for the Winter Ingredients
Grape Leaves for the Winter Recipe
For a recipe for Azerbaijani cuisine grape leaves for the winter, rinse the grape leaves and let the water drain.
Then pour boiling water over the grape leaves and immediately drain the water. Transfer the leaves in a stack of 10 pieces and roll up into an envelope or roll. Try to match the size of the grape leaves to roll.
Put the prepared rolls of grape leaves in sterilized 0.7 liter jars, pour 1 tsp into each jar. salt and pour boiling water over.
After the can, roll up with tin lids, turn upside down and cover with a blanket. Allow jars with grape leaves to cool for about a day.
Canned grape leaves are stored at room temperature.