Grilling season is upon us! And what better way to bring in the season by trying out this awesome recipe?
Dolmas are a healthy and delicious finger food to take to a picnic or to add to a collection of mezedhes spread around the table.
They’re popular in Middle Eastern cuisine, as well as in Turkey and Greece. As is the way with dishes native to a broad area of the world, the name of the dish can vary – so don’t be confused when you see them also referred to as dolmeh or dolmades!
Dolmas means ‘stuffed’, and can mean stuffed grape leaves, stuffed peppers, or stuffed eggplant. Today we’re going to focus on the grape leaf variety, which are rolled and filled with rice and sometimes meat.
So I’ve brought together some of the best dolma recipes from around the web, with some tips from the makers themselves. Enjoy!
Frittata is one of our favorite dishes to cook because a) it’s brilliantly simple to make, and b) almost anything can be used to make it.
What’s also great about frittata is that it can be served at any meal. Whether you want a protein-packed start to the day, or a savory filling meal for dinner, it’s a versatile enough dish to go well whenever.
Today we’re going to use a recipe that uses ricotta cheese, tomato and spinach. The dairy of the cheese, mixed together with juicy tomatoes and leafy greens goes fantastically well together. Enjoy!
You may have noticed recently on these here pages at The Online Grill that we love Kimchi.
While usually a side dish to most Korean dishes, it can be used with so many other dishes too! Yes, from scrambled eggs to hot dogs, and even pizza, you can make anything with kimchi!
So I got some of my favorite food bloggers from around the web to give me their best kimchi recipes. Enjoy!
Kimchi is a wonderful food native to South Korea, known for its punch. If you’ve never tasted it before then get ready for a taste explosion in your mouth!
Bang bang shrimp is incredible, but for me one of the things that really sets it off is the beautiful sauce that you often see with it.
And while it obviously goes great with shrimp, I’ve also had it go great with chicken, meatballs, salmon, and tuna steak (yes, really!)… although perhaps that’s just me.
Today’s post is from the fantastic Amanda over at Recipes Worth Repeating. I’m lucky enough to have had Amanda write for the site before, so if you like this recipe then be sure to check out her Misty’s Chili post from back in December.
For the past few years, Starbucks has been running its famous birthday drink offer, giving you a free drink on your special day.
But why do they care about your birthday?
And more importantly: why are they nicer to me on my birthday than most of my friends… ?