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161 SEARCH RESULTS FOR: stuffed vegetables
01.  Greek Stuffed Vegetables
Yemista is the generic term in Greek for stuffed vegetables, and there are myriad recipes in this category of foods. Generally, stuffed vegetables are a summer preparation, and the classics include stuffed peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, and eggplants. Often these are all prepared in the same pan, with the same stuffing, and baked all together. The stuffings: Rice and herbs. This ...
02.  Tomatoes Stuffed with Trahana
  Stuffed vegetables are always one of the most satisfying plant-based option. This Greek recipe calls for trahana, an ancient grain product that is one of the most beloved ingredients in the Greek kitchen.
03.  Baked Sweet Potatoes Stuffed with Spanakopita
The iconic Greek recipe for spanakopita is all about a timeless combination of ingredients, and these definitely find a place beyond being nestled between layers of crispy phyllo pastry. Here, an embellished combo of Greek feta and spinach crown sweet potatoes thus morphing into a dish both festive and good for every day, the perfect example of delicious Mediterranean Diet ...
04.  Roasted whole butternut squash stuffed a la Grecque
  I can’t describe to you what a show-stopper this vegan and/or vegetarian Greek recipe for stuffed whole roasted butternut squash is. It’s a great example of the variety and flavor inherent in the vegetable traditions of the Mediterranean Diet. You can play around with the filling a bit by also adding some chopped fresh spinach and even some crumbled ...
05.  Vegetarian Traditions in Greek Cuisine
From luscious stews to delicately flavored stuffed vegetables to soups and salads and pilafs, Greek cookery is rife with meatless meals. It’s hard to think of a cuisine so closely associated with dishes like spit-roasted goat and lamb and skewered kebabs as having a strong vegetarian tradition. Yet the penchant for pulses, vegetables, and grains goes back a long way ...
06.  Zucchini Stuffed with Garlicky Bread Crumbs, Dried Mushrooms, Herbs and Cheese
  Most Greek recipes for stuffed zucchini call for filling the zucchini with a rice and herb or rice and meat mixture. I’ve made this a lot easier and a little more international, by adding bread and dried mushrooms. It’s a yummy weekend or weeknight meal.
07.  Roditikoi Dolmades – Grape Leaves Stuffed with Bulgur & Cumin
  The classic Greek recipe, stuffed grape leaves are a specialty of Rhodes and there are so many different versions that once a year the island hosts a stuffed grape leaf cooking contest! Greek stuffed grape leaves, called dolmades, can be served as a Greek meze or as a main course. You can even add them as garnish to a ...
08.  Baked Feta-Stuffed Calamari
  This retro-stuffed grilled calamari is a taverna classic and one often found in the seaside fish eateries along the Athenian Riviera. You can use frozen squid for this, but make sure the tubes are large enough to fill.
09.  Baked Dolmades Stuffed with Fava & Santorini Tomatoes
  Throughout the Aegean islands there are recipes for stuffed grape leaves that go beyond the classic rice-and-herb or rice-and-meat filling. Bean and vegetable stuffings are not uncommon. In this Greek recipe with a twist, the famed yellow split pea, aka fava, gets a wrap!Recipe developed for campaign "Santorini Volcanic Terroir" www.santorinivolcanicterroir.eu  
10.  Baked Apples Stuffed with Halva
This Thessaloniki classic dessert is easy but also makes for an artful, dramatic presentation.