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Manti ( Turkish Ravioli with Yogurt Sauce)

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Adjust Servings:
2 cup flour
salt to taste
2 eggs
water as needed
2 onion- peeled and chopped
1/2 lb beef- grinded
1/2 lb beef- grinded 1/2 tsp pepper
3 tbsp vegetable oil
1 tbsp pepper flake- red
1 tbsp garlic- minced
8 oz yogurt- plain

Nutritional information

256.45 g
119.79 g
77.01 g
542 mg
141 mg

Manti ( Turkish Ravioli with Yogurt Sauce)

  • Veg
    • 2 hrs 15 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Medium



    What do you think of yogurt sauce? Delectable? What do you think of a dish that is taken with it? Delicious? If your answers revolve around this, then you are ready to get introduced to the Manti.

    This meal consists of the combination of flour, eggs, and some other ingredients and the end results achieve one goal – they leave you looking forward for more.

    Health Benefits

    Manti is a very delicious dish with lots of health benefits too. Flour is one of the ingredients in the recipe and it is rich in carbohydrates. Carbohydrates offer the body the needed energy it needs to run its daily metabolic activities.

    Egg is another ingredient in the recipe. It is very rich in protein. Protein ensures that the tissues of the body are maintained in good shape.

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    How to make Manti(Turkish Ravioli with Yogurt Sauce)

    • Add and mix well the flour, salt, eggs, water in a bowl to form a soft dough. Cover the bowl and set it aside for 25 minutes.
    • Shred onions in a small bowl, add onion, beef, pepper and miss thoroughly until it is well mashed.
    • Split dough into 2 parts, cover first part and roll the other into thin rectangular shape. Cut into 2-inches with your knife.
    • Insert the meat filling in the center of each square, seal the opening of the dough, sprinkle more flour, and repeat the process until all the dough is turned to Manti.
    • Heat oil in a saucepan, add red pepper and let it simmer for 2 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in minced garlic, yogurt, and set it aside.
    • Cook the Manti in a salted water for 20 minutes or until the dough becomes tender. Drain the Manti and place it in 4 different plates.
    • Spoon the yogurt sauce and the hot pepper oil on it and serve at once.


    Indians have been enjoying yogurt for 5,000 years but its first commercial brand, Frogurt, hit New England in 1972. It was then served and enjoyed as ice cream.


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