Mantı: Mini Ravioli Turkish Foods

Mantı Mini Ravioli Turkish Dish Recipes


Mantı is a traditional Turkish dish that makes use of pasta, cheese and various herbs. The name Mantı means “pie” in English and it refers to its shape since it resembles a square pie in its appearance. In this article we will be sharing with you five recipes for making mini ravioli, which are also known as mantı suyu (a sauce) or soslu domatesli mantar (sauce made with tomatoes).

1. Sarma tostas

Mini Ravioli with Sarma Tostas

You can make sarma tostas with any kind of filling you like. You can use a variety of vegetables, such as spinach, eggplant and mushrooms; meat like beef or lamb; cheese; or even fruit.

2. Mantı suyu

Mantı suyu is a sauce made from yogurt and garlic, which is then served with mantı. This sauce can also be used for other Turkish dishes such as köfte (meatballs), dürüm kebabı (fried meat), or even pasta. It’s an essential part of many Turkish meals and is often served after every meal as an appetizer or side dish.

Mantı: Mini Ravioli Turkish Dish Recipes

3. Mantı soslu domatesli mantar

Mantı soslu domatesli mantar is a Turkish dish that uses pasta-like noodles. It can be prepared with either spinach or parsley, but the latter is more common.

To make this recipe, you will need:

  • 1 pound of spinach or parsley (or an equal amount of both)
  • 2 cups of flour (or more if needed)
  • 3 eggs beaten together with a little salt and pepper to taste

4. Mantı proteinli domatesli mantarlar

Mantı is a Turkish dumpling. It’s made with eggs and flour and a filling (meat, cheese or vegetables). The most common filling for manti is minced beef or lamb, but there are also vegetarian versions available. Mantı is served as an appetizer or main course in Turkey, but can also be served as hors d’oeuvres at parties or events like weddings.

Mantı has been around since the Ottoman era when it was first introduced to Istanbul by the Ottomans who brought along their culinary traditions from Europe during their rule over this part of Anatolia (modern day Turkey). The dish became popular because it was easy to make on street corners where people gathered together shopping during Ramadan!

5. Domates, Kuru Biber ve Mantı Salata

  • Ingredients:
  • Mantı (ravioli) dough, tomato paste and water.
  • Tomatoes and dill with onions in olive oil with salt and pepper to taste.

You can also make your own mantı dough by placing flour on a clean surface, adding water gradually until it’s soft dough like playdough, then kneading it into a ball before cutting into small pieces which you then roll out thin so that they’re about twice as long as they are wide but not much longer than that because if you make them too big then they’ll be too heavy for this dish!


Here are some takeaways from this article:

  • Try out the recipe for yourself, and tell us what you think!
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This post is a collection of our favorite recipes for Turkish mini ravioli. We hope you enjoy them!

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