Name Variations Edit
About Manti Edit
Manti (Turkish: mantı; Kazakh: мәнті, pronounced [mæntɘ́]; Kyrgyz: манты, [mɑntɯ́]; Uzbek: manti, [mantɨ́]; Persian: منتو), are a type of stuffed pasta or dumpling in Turkish and various Central Asian and Caucasian cuisines, closely related to the east Asian mantou, baozi, and mandu. Manti dumplings consist of a spiced meat mixture, usually lamb or ground beef, in a dough wrapper, either boiled or steamed. 'Manti' indicates either singular or plural.
A Turkish pasta made of a small square of pasta with a meat filling added, which then has all four corners gathered together forming a ball. Famous in the region of Kayseri where it is served in a garlic perfumed thick ayran and topped with a red sauce.
Sometimes also called Dolma Manti, it has become a world famous and is even available in Dubai Turkish restaurants