Turkish Manti. I made these for some Turkish people whom came to work at my job for the summer. Turkish manti is a great one to start with because it has lots of qualities that exemplify Turkish cuisine: wholesome fresh ingredients; lots of care in the preparation; it features yogurt and the spices – Aleppo pepper, sumac, and spearmint – very traditional in Turkish cuisine. Manti are more common among western Armenians, while among eastern Armenians, Georgians and Azerbaijanis, similar dumplings called khinkali are more prevalent.
It's a very popular dish in Turkey. If you can make "Manti" it means that you really are the chef of your kitchen. I will admit, it will be tough and tiring. You can have Turkish Manti using 20 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Turkish Manti
- It’s of For the Dough (Regular):.
- You need 3 cups of wheat flour, plus slightly more.
- You need 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar.
- It’s 1 teaspoon of salt.
- Prepare of Coldwater.
- You need of For the Filling:.
- You need 1 tablespoon of oil.
- Prepare 1 of onion, peeled, and cut into small pieces.
- You need 1 of potato, peeled, and roughly grated.
- It’s 2 handfuls of chard.
- You need of Paprika.
- It’s of Pepper.
- Prepare of Chilli.
- It’s of Salt.
- It’s of For the Sauce:.
- Prepare 4 tablespoons of vegan butter.
- You need of Paprika.
- It’s of Unsweetened vegan yoghurt.
- You need of Garlic, to taste, pressed.
- You need to taste of Salt,.
But once you eat turkish ravioli, you will love love love! 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.
Turkish Manti step by step
- To Make the Filling: For the filling, fry the onions with the oil in a pan for a few minutes. Add the potatoes and fry for a few minutes. Finally, place the chard in the pan and fry until the chard defiles. Season with pepper powder, pepper, chili, and salt. Filling aside..
- To Make the Dough: Put the wheat flour with the apple cider and the salt in a bowl and mix. Add as much water as necessary until a firm, the non-sticky paste is formed. It is best to start and increase with very little water. If it is too sticky, add more flour. The dough should be thoroughly moistened for a few minutes..
- To Make the Manti: Dust the working surface with flour, divide the dough into four parts and thinly roll out with a rolling pin. Cut the dough into a square, place the filling on the middle of it and shape either classical tortellini or pyramids (opposite corners of the square above the filling). It is important to close the corners well so that the filling does not run out..
- Do not overlap the pastry bags as they stick together. In a frying pan, melt the butter at a low temperature, add paprika to taste and stir for two to three minutes. Then set aside. In the meantime, boil a lot of saltwater in a large saucepan, add the pasta and cook for about 5 minutes..
- Mix yoghurt, garlic, and a little salt and set aside..
- Drain Manti and immediately place on a plate. Pour the yoghurt, then the paprika sauce, and serve..
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Dumplings in Turkish are called manti and it's one of those dishes everyone craves for every time. It's not an easy dish for. A part of a world-popular dumplings chain, Turkish manti is a tasty pasta dish typically filled with onion, ground meat (most commonly lamb or beef) and spices, topped with spicy yogurt-garlic sauce and sprinkled with tangy red pepper-tomato sauce. This recipe will make enough for four servings. Turkish manti with garlic yogurt sauce is a very common Turkish meal.