Recipe for Grape Love Leaves

 My recipe for Grape Love Leaves.

One jar of grape leaves

Two mangos

one cup of finely crushed walnuts

1/2 cup of  dried Goji berries

 One cup of Goat cheese ( optional)

Two cups of brown jasmine rice

 Pinch of dill, oregano, cumin, thyme, garlic, onion, parsley, anise, cayenne pepper and tbsp of salt.

                                                                                                    

Make your rice. After it’s done, put the rice in a big bowl. Then add your goat cheese which is optional. Add walnuts. Cut up one and a half mango into chunks and add it to the rice. Add all seasonings. Stir up well. Put about a tablespoon of mixture in each leaf and wrap them up. Slice left over mango thin for garnish. Lastly sprinkle Goji berries on top of the finished Grape Love Leaves. Enjoy!

Shine as Love & Light,

Jules 

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7 comments on “Recipe for Grape Love Leaves

    • Oh yes Jules, you really hit home with this one. Growing up my Mother always had me pick fresh grape leaves for her and hers were
      seasoned with a hamburg mixture and then they would be steamed. So I have added needed items to my shopping list and can’t wait to try it out. Yours sample plate looks so decorative, that’s just another of your artisic talents, you are a lucky one and I am so glad that you are in my family and my life. I love you Angel Jules

  1. Jules,
    I pick and use my own grape leaves. Trick I got from my Greek friends. You can find grape vine growing almost everywhere. The smaller ones are more tender.
    Julia

  2. This looks like something we tried at a greek restaurant. Hubster loves things like this. Though I need to get mangos which are not available where I live, I will try it! Looks yummy!

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