I would like to encourage you to take a look at my new YouTube channel where I've been posting recipe and lifestyle videos including a video of today's recipe.In Algeria, there are some dishes that appear on the table year around in one shape or form. Dolma is a family of stuffed foods. They either have a meat-based filling or a vegetarian one like rice or frik (green wheat). Dolmas were brought over from Turkey during the Ottoman Empire's rule in Algeria. The name was taken by its Turkish name dolmak. This dish possibly originated from the Greek dolmades. In the Middle East, this dish is called Kousa Mahshi. In North Africa, generally, dolma is always a vegetable stuffed with meat filling. Algerian cooks favor stuffing potatoes, courgettes, tomatoes, aubergines even cabbage. It is an economical dish that usually appears on everyday dinner tables. Depending on the region, a white or red sauce is used to cook the stuffed vegetables in. Today, I present a classic Algiers presentation of Dolma. Don't like courgettes? No worries. You can easily use another vegetable to stuff, for example, potatoes, summer squash, pumpkin, onions, aubergines, tomatoes, cardoons, celery bundles or even this one I shared in a previous video with fennel. Dolma Besbes (Stuffed Fennel) Recipe Video: https://goo.gl/j7qZ88 This dish would be lovely served with some freshly baked bread, such as this No-Knead Algerian Style Matlou. You can find the recipe for it here: https://goo.gl/4hKqer
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Algerian Style Stuffed Courgettes/Zucchini | Dolma Qarâa, كوسا محشي, دولمة قرعة
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