GrapeLeaves Nutrition Facts

Calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate values for GrapeLeaves.


There are 2.8 calories in GrapeLeaves.


Nutrition Facts
Grape Leaves
Serving Size:


leaf (4 grams)

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 0.7
Calories 2.8

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 0.1 grams

Saturated Fat 0 grams

Trans Fat 0 grams
Polyunsaturated Fat 0 grams
Monounsaturated Fat 0 grams

Cholesterol 0 milligrams

Sodium 114 milligrams

Potassium 1.2 milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 0.5 grams

Dietary Fiber 0.4 grams

Protein 0.2 grams

Vitamin A


Vitamin C





Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

What are grape leaves made of?

These Lebanese Stuffed Grape Leaves (Warak Enab) are made with a spiced ground beef and rice mixture – a delicious Mediterranean dish commonly served as an appetizer!

What is another name for grape leaves?


Stuffed grape leaves, also known as dolmas or dolmades, are arguably the most iconic Mediterranean food out there. Homemade dolmas are one of my personal favorites, they will always remind me of my mother’s Mediterranean kitchen. I first learned to make them as a young teen in my mother’s Egyptian kitchen.

What does grape leaf taste like?

Grape leaves have a mild tangy taste not dissimilar to collard greens, and when cooked act as a sponge, soaking up all the delicious flavor from the herby rice filling. In the US, grape leaves can be purchased in a jar and preserved with brine.

What is a grapevine leaf?

Grape leaves, the leaves of the grapevine plant, are used in the cuisines of a number of cultures. They may be obtained fresh, or preserved in jars or cans. The leaves are commonly rolled or stuffed with mixtures of meat and rice to produce dolma, found widely in the Mediterranean, Balkans, and Middle East.

What can I use grape leaves for?

Original grape leaf uses were as wrappers for a variety of mixed fillings. Today, they have expanded and can be found in sauces, rice and grain dishes, steamed fish, and more. The leaves, when picked fairly young, are tender and tangy when blanched and brined – and commonly used for making grape-leaf pickles.

Is grape leaf a vegetable?

Grape leaves, botanically classified as Vitis, grow on a perennial, deciduous vining plant and belong to the Vitaceae family. Grape leaves are harvested when they are fresh, whole, young and still green.

Olivia’s Cuisine Meat & Rice Stuffed Grape Leaves
Tori Avey Vegetarian Stuffed Grape Leaves
Main Dish

How do you prepare grape leaves to eat?

Either soak in very hot water for 15 minutes to soften the leaves or blanch grape leaves in a brine until they are soft (the time will depend on the leaves – fresh ones will only take a minute). Bring water to and boil. Add grape leave, approximately 12 leave at a time.

Can you eat any grape leaves?

While stuffed grape leaves can be made with leaves harvested a few days earlier – which is how they are most commonly used – fresh leaves can be eaten without cooking and added to salads and other cold dishes. And by the way, some people say the leaves from red grapes are better for eating than those of green grapes.