14 September 2009

Giresun Style Turkish Ravioli Mantı: Siron

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Giresun is the one of the greatest and traditional Black Sea city of Turkey. Giresun have many traditional foods. This one which I am presenting is the most traditional food that you can enjoy too much. This food is very similar with Turkish Ravioli. Blacksea woman are making this food from the phyllo. With the other ingredients such as yoghourt, garlic and roasted tereyagi. And after all these ingredients your sense of taste will be upside down. Offically your world will be change.





Ingredients


  • 3 pieces of phyllo
  • 250 gr. ground meat
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 2 water glasses of yoghourt
  • 2-3 pieces of garlic cloves
  • 1 peace of red pepper
  • A little red pepper pieces and dry mint
  • 1 soup spoon of butter
    Directions




  1. For inside ingredient, roast the onian for 2 minutes in a few oil with adding the ground meat and continue to cook for 15 minutes more.
  2. Tuck phyllo just like the picture that you see; and add the inside ingredient.
  3. Apply the egg yolk at the edge of phyllo and wrap it just like cylinder. (You can see from the Picture)
  4. Cook it 15-20 minutes in 200 degrees in oven. But don’t forget the heat up the oven before cooking.
  5. Cut the pyllo 3 cm. and rank it in a vertical shape.
  6. Take a couple of pieces and put it in a plate; and then add yoghourt with a garlic.
  7. Roast the peppers in tereyağı for 2-3 minutes and add some red pepper and mint pieces after all you can spill the yoghout on it.
  8. Enjoj you food !!!!


Please Don’t Pass Without Ask
Don’t worry about it. Because it is really simple food to cook it.
  • Let’s check it out the Picture.
  • By the way you don’t have to cook it with ground meat.
  • It depends on you; and don’t forget to tuck the phyllo half. It’s not gonna be proper.

3 comments:

CheapAppetite said...

Very nice:) It's the first time i heard about Turkish Ravioli. Very beautiful dish.

ayhan said...

I hope, you'll try this.

Tasty Eats At Home said...

This looks lovely!