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Stuffed Grape Leaves with Goat Cheese, Dates, and Walnuts

1 Comment 17 December 2012

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Thank you to my wonderful daughter Shirley for finding the time to  roll these delicious stuffed grape leaves for me to serve at our Shavuot lunch. And thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the sweetness that you pack into everything that you do. Love, Mommy

inspired by Honest Fare

Tip-Before using grape leaves wash them well under running water to remove debris or insects. Slice and cut out the middle thick stem so that the leaves are easier to roll, and the grape leaves are not tough to chew. Check out this post rolling yebrat the easy way  HERE.

1.Remove each leaf from the jar and lay flat.

2. Cut your dates in half (first check each one for any insects) and spoon a teaspoon of goat cheese on or in to them and top the goat cheese with a couple walnuts.

3. Lay a grape leaf flat and place the date at the base where the stem would be. Fold in the corners and roll according to the directions HERE.

4.  Bake them at 350 for 10 minutes so the cheese will be warm.

5. Squeeze a little lemon juice over them right before serving.




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  1. sarah says:

    can you roll these and then freeze them?

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