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TURKISH MANTI / Mantu (Dumplings With Meat & Vegetarian Filling Ideas)



“Mantı” is a Turkish-style dumpling or ravioli, and It’s a traditional and trendy dish in Turkey loved by everyone. I will show you how to make manti with all the details you need to know, with a vegetarian version, how to serve and how to store it in the freezer.
Here are the sections of the video:
00:07 History of manti
01:16 Making Manti Dough
02:59 Manti Fillings
04:47 Shaping and filling the Manti
10:07 Spinach Manti
12:19 Storing Manti in freezer
12:44 Can you fit 40 pieces of manti in a spoon?
13:08 Boiling Manti
14:14 Preparing Manti Butter Sauce
14:57 Serving Manti
15:28 Tasting Manti 🙂

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For an easy lazy version with a similar taste you can try this MANTİ RECIPE WITH PASTA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GmwUPVAFGo

Ingredients For Manti Recipe:
For The Dough:
2/3 cup + 1-2 tbsp if needed water
1 medium-size egg
1/2 tsp salt
2+1/2 cups (350gr.) all-purpose flour
For The Meat Filling:
250 gr. ground beef
1 medium-size onion (grated and separated from its juice)
1/2 tsp salt, black pepper, red pepper
For The Spinach filling:
1 onion
about 300gr. spinach (if you are going to make only with spinach filling add more)
2 tbsp olive oil
salt, black pepper, and red pepper flakes to taste
a handful of white cheese (beyaz peynir) or ricotta
For the butter sauce: 2 tbsp butter, 1/2 tsp each red pepper flakes, and paprika (can be hot or sweet as your choice)
For the yogurt sauce: about 2 cups or more yogurt
2 cloves pureed garlic (optional)

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50 Comments

  1. Hello, I'm the staff of JTBC's <Baek Jong Won's Taste Story>. I have a question regarding the use of this material because I think it will be helpful for our program. I contacted you via e-mail, can you check it?

  2. The pirogies can be filled with sautéed onion, sausage, mashed potatoes and shredded cheese, served with sour cream. Of course the size would be bigger😃😋😋😋😋

  3. Omg! You are a great cook. I can only watch and wish I can cook like you someday. You obviously are very skillful and talented. Love to Zainab.

  4. ماشاء الله شكلها لذيذ لكن يااختي حاولي تتعودي تاكلي بيدك اليمين 💕

  5. Brilliant video. Thank you for the information about the history and origin of manti. In Palestine we have a similar version of manti that is made in the shape of a small crescent filled with the mince meat filling, then the two tales of the crescent are joined together to make a shape like a little hat. Some cooks like to dry them a little in the oven before adding them to the boiling yoghurt sauce. They are called Shish Barak and some ladies call them the funny name ..the Ears of cats 🙂

  6. Just finish lunch, not too much eat little bit but after watch it feeling Hungry.

    Thank you so much from NY

  7. I honestly can not wait to give this a go. This dish has always fasinated me…. Masha Allah this must have taken a while!

  8. Looks delicious! I also add a little yoghurt at the bottom of the plate before serving the manti and garnish with a little dry mint on top.

  9. Masha Allha vesy easy and tasty Ramzan recipe 🙃thanx for shering stay connected💯

  10. Excellent recipe …. you are so so frank with the whole recipe …. no hidden ingredients

  11. Mashallah! What a lovely dish. My family loved both fillings. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe.

  12. Sister, you're absolutely fabulous. I just learn that our national dish originates in Mongolia, interesting… We call them halušky here. The traditional form is they are covered with soft sheep cheese and there are mashed potatoes in the dough. You may add a bit of sour cream on the top and a few tiny pieces of bacon. They are also eaten plain as a side dish to another main dishes like guláš or kurací perkelt. Wow, your channel is the most informative I have seen on YouTube after a long while, maşallah! ❤🍽❤

  13. Selam from Slovenia. I love to prepare turkish food at home, all the spices you need for delicious food.Turkish sweets are amazing. I love to drink demli çay every day. Last year I visited İstanbul it was magic. Çok teşekkür ederim for your recepies. Hoşça kalın.

  14. Hey I tried your recipe, it is so awesome, I never eat this much tasty dish. I am also a Muslim (Alhumdulilah) and also tried your Lebinya soup it was amazing too❤👍

  15. നല്ല ഒരു വിഭവം അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ.

  16. Delicious! But I am vegetarian. Can you suggest a substitute for egg? Thanks for the recipe

  17. This recipe is very unique and interesting and especially it's making is very interesting it's an artistic way of work

  18. I think you should absolutely publish a book of recipes filled with beautiful regional photographs and little stories too.

  19. Looks so delicious! Thank you for sharing!♥️. All of your recipes are delicious! May Allah reward you for bringing these beautiful recipes! Ameen