Egyptian Stuffed Grape Leaves (and Assorted Veggies!)
A fellow blogger, Sabrina of RhodeyGirl Tests, is vacationing in Jordan, and she asked me to guest post on her blog once while she’s gone. Since she’s half Jordanian and I’m Egyptian, I figured a post about a Middle Eastern dish would be the most fitting choice As I mentioned in my post about stuffed calabacitas, Middle Easterners love to stuff different veggies – whether it be artichokes, squash, tomatoes, onions, peppers, or the now world-famous grape leaves! So, I decided to post about Egyptian Stuffed Peppers and Zucchini – check out the post I wrote there and let me know what you think!
To go along with that post on Rhodeygirl’s blog, I wanted to share another recipe with you: Egyptian Stuffed Grape Leaves (sometimes called vine leaves). Check it out, now on the Middle Eastern food & culture blog, midEATS, which I co-author with my friend Brenda!