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Make a Dolma
Dolma is a Middle Eastern dish.
In Western countries, it’s equivalent to stuffed cabbage roll. The origin of the word is from Armenia. It’s known to many cultures in different names and styles. Traditionally it is made from grape leaves. In Armenia, Cyprus, Greece, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon in addition to grape leaves it is also made from different vegetables like stuffed tomatoes, stuffed eggplants, stuffed cabbage, stuffed zucchini, and stuffed onions. Although it takes time and effort to make, it is very delicious.