Definition of Dolmas

1. Noun. Well-seasoned rice (with nuts or currants or minced lamb) simmered or braised in stock.

Exact synonyms: Stuffed Grape Leaves
Generic synonyms: Dish



Definition of Dolmas

1. Noun. (plural of dolma) ¹

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Definition of Dolmas

1. dolma [n] - See also: dolma

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Literary usage of Dolmas

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1. Eat and Grow Thin: The Mahdah Menus by Vance Thompson (1914)
"dolmas Take the tender leaves of a young cabbage, place three or four together and fill with the following mixture: Two pounds of raw mutton hashed through ..."

2. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain by Bernard Burke (1862)
"York, and had. with other issue, a son and heir, THOMAS dolmas. Esq. of Badsworth, 6. 1581-2; who m. 1st, Temperance, dau. of Sir Edmund Watson, Knt, ..."

3. The Romance of Missions: Or, Inside Views of Life and Labor,in the Land of by Maria Abigail West (1875)
"She was intent upon honoring her Guest with the choicest dishes that her hands could prepare ; perhaps she made pilaff, and dolmas (I have often heard you ..."

4. Mariam: A Romance of Persia by Samuel Graham Wilson (1906)
"Stuffed grape-leaf dolmas were ready in the kettle for lunch. The kettle was placed on two stones, a few sticks of wood were brought by the gardener and ..."

5. The Housekeeper's Guide: Or, A Plain & Practical System of Domestic Cookery by Esther Copley (1838)
"TO MAKE dolmas, A TURKISH 'DISH. Take half a loin of mutton, and cut all the meat ... Pour the sauce over the dolmas, and serve them up as hot as possible. ..."

6. National Viands à la Mode by De Salis (Harriet Anne) (1895)
"dolmas Parboil some rice, drain it, add a few finely- chopped herbs and a little salad oil ; roll the rice ..."

7. The Wellesley Cook Book by Wellesley (Mass.), Parlor Fund Committee, Congregational Church (1890)
"SUMMER-SQUASH dolmas TAKE one-half cup rice to two pounds beef. Chop the beef fine; ... Pour over the squash dolmas. PILAF Two cups broth to one cup rice. ..."

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