Dolma is a popular dish consisting of stuffed vegetables. Commonly used vegetables for dolma include peppers, zucchini, eggplants, tomatoes, or onions (sogan dolma). The filling typically consists of meat, rice, and spices, with a final touch of warm tomato-based sauce.
Sarena dolma, also known as mixed dolma, is a variation of the traditional dolma dish where a variety of vegetables are used instead of a single type. This colorful dish showcases a combination of flavors and textures, with each vegetable contributing its unique taste to the overall dish. From peppers and zucchini to eggplants and tomatoes, sarena dolma offers a delightful medley of stuffed vegetables that will tantalize your taste buds.
When the filling is wrapped in grape leaves (japrak), Swiss chard, kale, cabbage, or other leafy greens, it is known as sarma.
The dish is usually accompanied by plain yogurt, mashed potatoes, and crusty bread on the side.
Enjoy the flavors of this traditional dish, rich in both taste and cultural heritage.