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Vegetarian sarmalute in stevia leaves

Vegetarian sarmalute in stevia leaves

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The stevia leaves are washed well and then scalded. Before filling, I took each leaf and passed it through boiling water for 10 seconds.

The rice is washed, the ingredients are prepared, the walnuts are ground, the onions are chopped, the mushrooms are cut into small pieces, the carrots are grated.

Heat the oil in the pan, add the onion and keep the green onion on low heat for a minute, then the rice, in turn the rest of the ingredients, the mushrooms, the carrot, the ground walnut, the chopped dill and the parsley. Keep on low heat, stirring constantly, and leave for ten minutes. Match the taste of salt and pepper, add a little sugar.

Remove the pan from the heat and put half of the tomato paste. Taste and adjust again salt and pepper if needed so that we like it.

We fill the stevia leaves, we start from the top to the base of the run. We put as little composition as we can between our fingers. If the tail is stronger, we shorten it as much as we can, then we pass it with a wide knife over the ribs of the leaf and we flatten them so that it is easier for us to fill. They usually come out as small as a walnut.

We place them in the tray and make a separate sauce from the water (around 900 ml) and half and the amount of tomato paste, we match the taste of salt and pepper, we add the paprika and then the bay leaf and a little sugar. I taste and match until I like it. Bring the sauce to a boil (do not bring to the boil) and pour lightly over the sarmalute. We put them in the oven at 200 degrees for an hour. The leaves come out so tender and the cabbage rolls very tasty.

I served the Greek yogurt sarmalute on top ... crazy!

Sarmale with rice in beet leaves

Greek sarmalute, with creamy and flavorful filling.

Although in Thessaloniki where I ate the best dolmades they used vine leaves, I prefer beet leaves, they seem finer and tastier. The filling is delicious. It is sweet from the large amount of onion used (equal to that of rice), flavored from so many greens and creamy from the type of rice (Camolino, a round grain rice, large and white, which when boiled becomes fluffy and a little sticky ) and the best quality olive oil (do not reduce the quantity, the filling will be dry). These are my little secrets for Greek-style appetizers.

Mix thyme, sumac, turmeric, cinnamon, salt and pepper in a bowl

Heat the olive oil in a pan and sauté the onions and carrots

Add the spices and mix well

Cook for 2-3 minutes and add 400 ml of broth and a little water

Leave for a few minutes, until it drops and give the composition off the heat

Meanwhile, fry the cashew nuts in a hot pan and crush them in a mortar.

After the main composition has cooled, mix it with the lentils

Then add the diced mushrooms, cashews and chopped parsley.

Cut the stevia leaves and scald them a little in boiled water

Drain them, wipe them with water, and when they have cooled, grab them and fold them with the composition.

Place 2 tablespoons of oil and a few stevia leaves on the bottom of the bowl

Make a bed of cabbage rolls, add a little broth on top and 1 sprig of rosemary

Add a few more stevia leaves on top, another layer of sauerkraut, another sprig of rosemary and last but not least, broth

Put hot water until you cover the last layer of sarmale, put the lid on and put them in the preheated oven at 160 degrees

Check them from time to time to see if they have boiled - stevia boils much faster than vines and sauerkraut

Once cooked, raise the oven temperature to 210 degrees, remove the lid and let them brown for a few minutes.

Serve them with yogurt or cold cream and a little polenta or homemade bread

I advise you to try them. Much lighter and also tastier than the sarmales you have been used to so far.

Sarmale in stevia sheets

  • Wash the rice and let it soak in water.
    Finely chopped onion together with the grated carrot put on the fire in 3 tablespoons of oil and 3 of water, and leave until the water decreases.

The soybeans are soaked according to the instructions on the package.

The stevia leaves are washed well and first passed through boiling water and then through cold water, in order to keep the green color.
Allow to drain.

Put in a bowl the onion mixture with carrot, soaked soy, rice, parsley and finely chopped dill, egg, 2 tablespoons broth,
salt to taste and spices (pepper, paprika, vegeta, thyme).
Mix well.

Cut the thicker ribs from the stevia leaves and carefully pack the sauerkraut.

It is placed in a pot, on a bed of chopped stevia leaves, circles with smaller, larger, larger cabbage rolls. as was our leaf :)

Put 2 tablespoons of broth and cover with borscht.
Bake for an hour and a half over low heat.

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Lamb chops in stevia sheets from: lamb, stevia leaves, bacon, bread, rice, onions, oil, salt, broth, spices, greens, borscht, sour cream.


  • 1/2 kg of honey
  • about 30-40 pieces of stevia leaves
  • 50-100 g bacon
  • 1 slice of bread
  • 3 tablespoons rice
  • 2 onions
  • 5 tablespoons oil
  • salt
  • 2 tablespoons broth (or 2-3 ripe tomatoes)
  • spices (pepper, thyme)
  • greenery (preferably dill)
  • optional: 1 I borsch, sour cream (served)

Method of preparation:

It is made from the same amounts of ingredients and in the same way as the sauerkraut in vine leaves, except that stevia leaves are used instead of vine leaves.

In general, in this case a larger amount of stevia is used, the leaves being softer, often having to be folded.

Vegetarian sauerkraut

Consistent, tastes, but vegetarian! Didn't you think it was possible? Try these vegetarian sauerkraut and you will see that not only meat dishes are tasty!


3 cups of water
1 cup brown or white rice
1 small onion
1 red bell pepper
& frac12 carrot
4-5 mushrooms
& frac12 l borscht or water
vine leaves
1 cup broth
a little bit of oil
salt pepper
sm & acircnt & acircnă or yogurt & ndash optional

Method of preparation

Put 3 cups of water in a saucepan on the fire. When it boils, add 1 cup of rice, washed well beforehand. Allow it to absorb water, but it is best not to be too soft.

Then take it out in a bowl and add here a small, chopped onion, a diced red bell pepper, a finely chopped carrot and 4-5 mushrooms and hardened for 5 minutes and cut into cubes beforehand. Salt and pepper to taste.

The vine leaves can be pickled and then you use them as such or they are fresh and then you resort to the following procedure.

You wash them well. Chicken & frac12 liters of borscht or boiling water. When the water boils, put out the fire and dip the vine leaves here so that they soften a little so that they can roll. Leave them for a maximum of 5 minutes.

Then place 1-2 teaspoons of the mixture on each leaf and roll.

Place the sachets in a round saucepan and add borscht and water over them, in equal proportions, so that the liquid covers the sachets a little.

Put in the oven and, before removing them for 5-10 minutes, pour over a cup of broth and a little oil.

Is stevia good for diabetics?

Consumption of this plant is excellent, especially for diabetics, and this for the plant regulates the sugar level in the body, according to studies. There are several studies that show that stevia stabilizes blood sugar levels, strengthens insulin resistance and stimulates its production.

This plant helps the pancreas, and consumed in the form of tea, has the role of inhibiting appetite, which is beneficial for diabetics who have problems with hyperglycemia. Thanks to vitamins and minerals, stevia helps regulate blood sugar and has a low caloric index, which is very good for insulin addicts who have problems with high blood sugar levels. And in this case it is recommended to eat stevia in its natural state, uncooked.

Lenten stalks in stevia leaves

Stevia is a very popular seasonal greenery in our country. It is used in salads, low-fat dishes, omelettes, rice and other fasting foods.

Phytotherapist Ovidiu Bojor places stevia and sorrel in the same category of greens as similar healing properties.

Sarmale in Stevia Leaves

Stevia is purifying - it helps elimination of toxins accumulated in the body during the winter, diuretic and easy laxative. It has effects tonic and remineralizant.

Careful! Although it is so healthy, stevia has some contraindications that we need to know before including this food in our diet. It cannot be consumed by people suffering from nephritic colic, oxalic stones, ulcer or hyperacid gastritis.

Fasting sarmale in stevia leaves - recipe

• 30 g of stevia leaves
• 1 cup of rice
• 1 carrot
• 4 onions
• 1 cup of broth
• borscht
• salt pepper


Filling. Peel 3 onions and chop finely. Put them to harden with a little oil in a saucepan. Add the cleaned and grated carrot, then the chosen rice, washed and drained. Heat them for a few minutes, then turn off everything with water.

Add salt and pepper to taste. Bring everything to a boil until the rice swells, but not completely.

Peel the other onion and chop finely. Heat it in a little oil, with salt and pepper. Let it soften, then add the broth.

Wash the stevia leaves and scald them. Fill them with the rice composition and roll them nicely, like cabbage or vine leaves.

Grease a saucepan or tall pan with oil and place the sarmales in layers, putting a layer of broth sauce between them. The last layer can be finely chopped stevia. You can put a little broth on top. Add the borscht (or water) and possibly some spices, such as thyme or dried dill.

The cabbage rolls are ready in an hour, if they are boiled over low heat in the oven.

This is a simple recipe, but you can make the filling even richer if you add mushrooms, prunes, nuts, raisins or other ingredients.

1. Sarmale in Stevia Leaves, Fasting Meals, Sophia Publishing House, 2006, Bucharest, pp. 185-186

2. Ovidiu Bojor, Catrinel Perianu, Măcrișul, Ștevia, Health Through Seeds, Vegetables and Fruits, Fiat Lux Publishing House, Bucharest, p. 108

* The advice and any health information available on this site are for informational purposes, do not replace the doctor's recommendation. If you suffer from chronic diseases or follow medication, we recommend that you consult your doctor before starting a cure or natural treatment to avoid interaction. By postponing or interrupting classic medical treatments you can endanger your health.

Turkey sarmalute & # 038 hemp seeds, wrapped in stevia leaves

30 stevia leaves, washed and wiped with absorbent paper
2 tablespoons olive oil + 500 g turkey breast, chopped + 100 g hemp seeds + 1 large tomato, finely chopped + 1 white onion, finely chopped + 1/2 lgt cinnamon + 1/2 lgt nutmeg + 1/2 lgt ginger + 1/2 lgt allspice (ground) + lemon juice
2 pieces of leek, cut into slices (without leaves) + 2 carrots, cut into slices
salt, freshly ground pepper

400 ml cold water + 4 lg tomatoes Cirio cubes, including sauce) + 2 lg olive oil + a bay leaf
Greek yogurt

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C.

Boil a pot with plenty of water. When the water boils, insert the stevia leaves, one by one, only 2-3 seconds, until they soften slightly, then carefully remove them on absorbent paper. We repeat the steps with each leaf.

Mix the minced meat well with 2 lg of olive oil, onion, lemon juice, hemp seeds, tomato and spices (cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger). Season with salt and pepper.

We take a stevia leaf, wipe it well and spread it on a chopper. We take some turkey meat, shape it into the desired shape and start rotating the stevia leaf, then close the sides, gently pushing the edges of the leaf inside. We repeat with each sarmaluta. I didn't remove the stevia leaf rib and it didn't bother me in any way when I ate the sarmalutes & # 8230

In a cast iron pot, heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil and sauté the leeks and carrots until the leeks become transparent, without burning.

Place the sauerkraut on top of the vegetables, cover with water and the 4 tablespoons of Cirio tomatoes. Put a bay leaf, season and bring to a boil over medium heat, then place the cast iron dish in the hot oven.

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