Monday, November 1, 2010

Making Manti

Some shots of manti making today using a recipe I found a short while ago, it was a perfect thing to do on this chilly November day while sipping a homemade pumpkin spice hot cocoa.

Manti are these turkish (also armenian and variations are made in different regions) dumplings made easy by stuffing a savoury spiced beef (or lamb) mixture into a wonton wrapper and baking until golden then baking one more time with a flavourful broth. The dumplings are tender with golden crispy tips served with yogurt sauce.



Recipe courtesy of My Barbarian Table

5 comments:

Leila Hamilton said...

great job! they look amazing! i hope you had fun making and eating the manti!
cheers, leila
My Barbarian Table

ZELİHA-UMUTSEPETİ said...

Harika gözüküyorlar,ellerine sağlık..
Burada çok meşhur bir yemektir..
Hamurunuz çok güzel kesinlikle..
Türkiye'Den sevgiler..:)

Anna said...

I've never heard of these, but they look so cute, and the recipe sounds really simple and delicious, which means it's going on my to make list for the next party. Also, would you mind coming over and making me that cup of hot cocoa? That has to be the most perfect tower of whipped cream ever. It looks like a gardenia.

Gina said...

Hi Bella

I showed your post to my mom and she was thrilled to see these! I think they would be a hit for a game day type of event.

Deney said...

They look amazing!

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