Hi Sypher, I have to be honest that I've never owned a pressure cooker. So I'll have to explore that more, but if it accomplishes the same result in a fraction of the time (probably closer to 30 minutes cook time I'd imagine) then it's totally worth a go. If you try it will you please post the results?
Thanks for that Madanadam, it's really nice to find commonality through food!
Thanks so much for the comment Sunshiine! This batch of leaves were from fall time so had lots of colors, and I store them in the freezer to use later. But when they cook they all become greener!
Very cool! I'm going to re-celebrate with you lol!
Thanks Jhaddad5, it's comfort food to me :)
Thank you Renarde, I completely agree! This recipe is one I've used over and over, and it's really phoking delicious :)
Hi PhanP, I appreciate the feedback.. how is a more traditional one different? I put this together as a simplified version for a simple but flavorful meal. I would LOVE to visit Vietnam!!
Thank you PhanP, I do much prefer Saigon Cinnamon to the alternative ones!!
Willskin, do you normally cook it in water/broth or in a tomato sauce?
Thank you for the comment Ahmetugur152, what do you usually stuff in your grape leaves in Turkey? Is it similar to the ingredients I use here?
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