Turkish Manti
Turkish Manti

Hello everybody, hope you’re having an amazing day today. Today, I’m gonna show you how to prepare a distinctive dish, turkish manti. One of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I will make it a bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Combine the flour and salt in a mixing bowl. Add the eggs and water, mixing well with your hands. Add more water, if needed, to form a soft dough. Manti are traditional Turkish dumplings filled with spiced ground meat and onions.

Turkish Manti is one of the most well liked of recent trending meals on earth. It’s simple, it’s fast, it tastes delicious. It’s enjoyed by millions daily. Turkish Manti is something that I have loved my whole life. They’re fine and they look wonderful.

To begin with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook turkish manti using 13 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Turkish Manti:
  1. Make ready For the dough
  2. Get all purpose flour
  3. Get water
  4. Make ready large eggs
  5. Make ready For the filling
  6. Prepare 10% fat lamb
  7. Get very finely chopped parsley
  8. Make ready large onions very finely chopped
  9. Make ready black pepper
  10. Take salt
  11. Take For the tomato sauce
  12. Make ready passata (or 2 tablespoons of tomato paste watered down with 3tablespoons of the dumpling water)
  13. Take butter (depending on how buttery you like it!)

Manti are ravioli of Turkish origin that are popular in the cuisines of the South Caucasus, Central Asia, Afghanistan and Chinese Muslims. They are stuffed with lamb or beef and served with spicy sauce and garlic yogurt. Kayseri mantısı is tiny and served with yoghurt, melted butter (flavored with Aleppo pepper) and seasoning including dry mint and Aleppo pepper flakes. Turkish manti is a food you have to taste!

Steps to make Turkish Manti:
  1. Mix the dough ingredients together and knead the dough for a good 5-10 mins. When pinched the dough has to feel like the lobe of your ear, then it’s perfect!
  2. Quarter the dough, roll into balls, cover with cling film and leave to rest for 10mins.
  3. Mix the ingredients for the filling.
  4. Roll out the dough ideally using a long thin rolling pin called an oklava. Alternatively use a rolling pin, but if you do this you will need to cut your dough balls in half again otherwise you won’t get the dough thin enough. Use plenty of flour to avoid sticking!
  5. The dough needs to be approx 1mm thick, working fast put small amounts of the filling mixture in the centre. Stick the corners together (a little water on the corners helps)
  6. Make sure that the Dough that isn’t used is under a damp tea towel. Work through steps 4-5 again until all the dough is used. It takes a while! Put the dumplings on flat flour covered trays and cover until you are ready to cook them.
  7. Prepare the tomato sauce by adding oil or butter to a pan. Then add passata. Cook through.
  8. Boil water in a large pot and add your manti, boil for approx 5mins, the cooked manti will float. Just like with pasta try one to see if it is cooked, however manti must be soft not aldente like pasta. Drain and serve with garlic yoghourt, tomato sauce and a sprinkle of Sumac, mint and pul biber (Turkish red pepper flakes)

Kayseri mantısı is tiny and served with yoghurt, melted butter (flavored with Aleppo pepper) and seasoning including dry mint and Aleppo pepper flakes. Turkish manti is a food you have to taste! The tiny homemade pastry filled with spicy ground beef, cooked in water and served with a yogurt sauce. That butter sauce on manti dumplings is a to-die-for the final touch. Dumplings in Turkish are called manti and it's one of those dishes everyone craves for every time.

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