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Canned Grape Leaves

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Canned Grape Leaves
Recipe type: Side
 
Canned Grape Leaves is an Armenian food recipe for storing grape leaves.
Ingredients
  • Grape leaves
  • 2 qts water
  • ½ cup salt
Instructions
  1. Wash the leaves well. Stack 30 of them one on top of the other so the stems are together side by side in a row. Fold once or twice and tie with a string.
  2. Bring water to a boil and add salt.
  3. Drop the bundles of leaves into boiling water and take them out again, one at a time. Let cool a little.
  4. Put them in sterilized pint jars, tightly packed.
  5. Pour the boiling salt water over them and cover immediately. Each pint of leaves will serve ten to twelve people.

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