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In Turkish cuisine, we have been stuffing vegetables with rice, herb mixture, or meat for many years. In Turkish cuisine, we say; ‘we can stuff any vegetables’. We fill the tomatoes, various types of peppers, eggplants, and many others.

GREAT AUTHENTIC TURKISH TASTE – SAME AS HOMEMADE – For the lovers of Mediterranean, and Turkish cuisine, here’s a premium gourmet dish made of tender vine leaves, an aromatic onion & rice filling, seasoned to perfection with herbs, spices, and olive oil. 

Its flavorsome freshness, suitable for vegans and vegetarians, is pure, natural tastiness. Served hot or cold, it goes as a snack or a savory appetizer for parties, tapas, Turkish meze platters.

Stuffed Grape Leaves

Stuffed Grape Leaves / Dolma

Stuffed Grape Leaves, also known as Dolma is one of the most popular Turkish dishes and has a rich history that dates back to the Ottoman Empire. It is very popular throughout the Mediterranean and one of those dishes that are always demanded by everyone. It is on the top of the to-do list when we have guests for dinner or a family gathering. 

Grape leaves are stuffed with rice & herbs and hand-rolled in a time-honored tradition. It is not made that often because this delicious dish needs more time and effort to make than other dishes because of stuffing and rolling the leaves. Often found in a Mezze Platter, it can be served hot or cold, and as either an appetizer or main dish.

The Dish of Ottoman Palace Kitchen

After Ottoman Empire started to cultivate olive trees and produce olive oil, the Palace Kitchen started to use olive oil in most of the foods cooked in the palace kitchen as an important ingredient. The Ottoman Palace Kitchen was the birthplace of Stuffed Grape Leaves which was one of the favorite olive oiled dishes of the Ottoman Sultans.

‘Stuffed’ word means ‘Dolma’ in Turkish and it is the action of filling. The Turkish word ‘Dolma’ has been embraced all around the world today to represent stuffed dishes. The Turks started to make stuffed dishes after they start agriculture besides animal husbandry for a living. After the spread of agriculture around the country, the new food types start to involve the cuisine. The Turks started to preserve summertime cultivated foods to consume at wintertime. So, most of the dried ingredients we use while making stuffed dishes, are the result of this.

Rich in fiber and essential vitamins and nutrients, grape leaves are a staple in pantries throughout the Mediterranean. We hand-select only the most tender leaves of Turkish grape leaves for our flavorful Dolma, also known as Stuffed Grape Leaves. Feast Valley® Dolmas are stuffed with a delicious blend of rice, herbs, and spices which comes from a traditional recipe. A classic component of Turkish meze tables, stuffed grape leaves are also popular in Middle Eastern platters, enjoyed with hummus, baba ganoosh, and olives. Simply drizzle with olive oil and lemon and serve.

READY-TO-EAT -HIGH-QUALITY GOURMET DELICACY – Feast Valley canned grape leaves stuffed with rice have the perfect balance of firm grape leaves, flavored olive oil, and a delicate hint of lemon. Dolmas are very versatile. Whether they’re part of a Mediterranean Diet or appetizers at dinner parties or gatherings, the Feast Valley dolmas make a delicious dish that can be enjoyed warm or cold. Feast Valley Turkish dolmas a real quality treat. A unique handmade-like exotic delicacy! Taste Feast Valley’s finest gourmet appetizer!

NUTRITIOUS GUILT-FREE TREAT – Made from the best ingredients, without chemical additives or preservatives, the Feast Valley rice snacks-rolls wrapped in grape leaves are rich in Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron, and Potassium. Zero added sugar. Our handpicked vine leaves are high in antioxidants and fiber, yet low in calories, while loaded with vitamins A and K. If you’re tired of peas or broccoli, you’re in luck – canned dolmas are a healthy & herby vegetable substitute, excellent for all occasions.

Feast Valley® Canned Beans

Residents of the Mediterranean basin love beans. Beans are an integral part of the Mediterranean diet, not only for practical purposes but also for palatable purposes, since beans can be prepared in so many delicious ways.

Ready Meals Baked Beans in Souce

If you haven’t yet been sold on the pleasures of beans, Feast Valley® Baked White Beans in Tomato Sauce makes a mouthwatering case. Our Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce is modeled after the traditional Turkish dish called plaki.

We take white beans and soak and boil them until they are plump and soft. These White Beans are combined with a Tomato Sauce that includes strips of onion, and finely chopped parsley, and dill. It’s seasoned with salt, black pepper, and crushed red pepper. This simple, yet delectable mixture is baked to a rich consistency and finally, canned for you.

This ready-to-eat dish with its smooth, aromatic sauce; cubes of peeled tomatoes; and tender, melt-in-your-mouth beans does not disappoint—even enjoyed at room temperature, straight out of the can. Serve these White Beans in a little white bowl as part of a meze spread. Or, warm it up and combine with some wilted spinach and top with Crumbled Feta. It even makes a quick, compact vegetarian lunch—no refrigeration required!

The highest standards in the canned food industry

With the strictest specs around, our beans—and ultimately your meals—are bound to be better. At LADACA®, every bean is graded and evaluated for moisture, seed coat damage, foreign materials, bug damage, color, consistency, blistered skins, split beans, and ability to rehydrate. These quality checks happen every half hour. And then once they’re in the can, we start those quality checks all over again.

Red Kidney Beans in Tomato Sauce

No matter your dish, these beans can handle it. Kidney beans are a powerhouse of versatility and deliciousness. The perfect traditional standbys like beans and rice and can elevate your chili to blue-ribbon status. Red kidney beans are known for their slightly sweet taste and firmer texture that holds up to whatever you have cooking.

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The kidney bean is a variety of the common bean. It is named for its visual resemblance in shape and – for the red variety – colour to a human kidney. Kidney beans are inexpensive and versatile, and they provide substantial nutritional and health benefits. Adding kidney beans to your meals is an easy way to boost protein and fiber intake without a lot of calories. 

Rich in protein and fiber, our Feast Valley® Baked Red Kidney Beans in Tomato Sauce are a versatile, nutritious addition to your pantry. These light, flavorsome beans are bathed in a rich, wholesome tomato sauce created from organically grown ingredients have a robust flavor and a smooth texture, making them an ideal companion to rice, or for preparing delicious chili, soups, salads and many other recipes. 

Whether being served with toast, a baked potato, or as part of a filling breakfast, our baked beans are a delicious accompaniment to any meal. They contain iron and are cholesterol, gluten and fat free and low in sugar & salt – so they offer a healthy, delicious option that is quick and easy to prepare.

Best HUMMUS ever made!

Hummus is an incredibly popular and versatile Mediterranean dip, spread, or savory dish made from cooked, mashed chickpeas (garbanzo beans) blended with tahini (ground sesame seeds), lemon juice, and garlic. It is creamy, garlicky, and dairy-free and can be used as a spread on crackers, in a wrap, on a sandwich, or as a dip for veggies and pretzels.

Born in the Mediterranean, hummus has become one of the world’s best-loved dips. The standard garnish includes olive oil, a few whole chickpeas, parsley, and paprika. In Turkish cuisine, it is usually eaten as a dip, with pita bread.

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Hummus is our passion, we grew up eating it, so we know the joy it brings. Now our goal is to share the pleasure with as many people as we can. Our classic hummus recipe for any hummus lover. Smooth in texture, slightly sweeter in flavor – great for everyday dishes, sandwiches and you’re on-the-go dipping. Great for kids and the whole family. Our goal is to create food people love and want to come back for.

Not only is hummus delicious, but it is also versatile, packed with nutrients, and has been linked to much impressive health and nutritional benefits. Hummus is a great source of plant-based protein, providing 7.9 grams per serving. This makes it an excellent option for people on a vegetarian or vegan diet. Consuming enough protein is essential for optimal growth, recovery, and immune function.

In addition, hummus includes iron, folate, phosphorus, and B vitamins, all of which are important for vegetarians and vegans, as they may not get enough from their diet.

Health Benefits

In addition to their popularity, legumes also have lots of health benefits. They are an excellent source of protein and A, C, and E vitamins. Legumes are also very rich in folate, fiber, iron, phosphorus, calcium, sodium, potassium.

Health and nutrition experts agree that legumes are an important part of a healthy, nutritious and delicious diet. Following are our top seven reasons why everyone should eat more legumes with supporting resources listed. 

  • Eating legumes can promote digestive health. 
  • Fibrous friend: The fiber in legumes is not messing around! Two cups of pulse provide the entire recommended daily value of fiber. It’s also believed that the fiber in pulses help to regulate levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.
  • Eating legumes can help prevent heart disease.
  • Eating legumes can help control blood sugar.
  • Eating legumes can help people lose or maintain weight.
  • People who eat legumes regularly have a longer life expectancy than people who don’t eat legumes regularly. 
  • Delivers digestive support: Around ¾ of the fiber found in pulses is insoluble fiber, which remains undigested until it is in the bottom of the digestive tract. Nutritional studies have found that pulse fiber can be metabolized by the colon’s bacteria to produce short-chain fatty acids such as acetic, propionic, and butyric acid. This process can lower the risk of colon cancer and other issues in that part of the body.

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