if i can cook , everybody can... i mean it..my mum never would believe i can cook till i did:)
i will try to cook delicious foods from all over the world. we have a small world with huge tastes . i will give info about all of them after i cook&taste , if i m not poisoned , i will share them
with my family&friends as well ;
.. stay in pleasure..
I know it is been a long time since I wrote but I had some reasonable excuses. My dad suffered a big operation, stayed many weeks at the hospital. While we were thinking he was recovering, there were some complications, thank GOD he is better now, at home. Hard times also good to understand your real friends, some of friends made me disappointed, some other made me surprised and felt they are more closer to me than I thought before. Anyway this is life, all the bad and good things are for us. The most important thing is we are healthy now and I'm back with a nice recipe. :) I tried this at a restaurant by a friend recommendation, and I didn't feel regret at all!!! It is amazing, delicious, called Bodrum mantı, as far as I learnt, it is cooked in Bodrum, which is a port city in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey. Ingredients
2 cups flour(300 gr) 1 egg 125 gr. butter 125 gr. mince 1 onion 2 cups of yogurt Enough salt Black pepper Red pepper, garlic. Mint
For the dough, put flour, egg, 1/2 sp salt and enough water and knead it. When it is ready, divide it in 2 pieces and open it with rolling pin, it should be thin around 1mm. Honestly mine wasn't thin enough, if it is thin, it'd be much better. On the other hand with some oil cook chopped onions, add mince with salt & black pepper.
Cut each dough sheet into squares of about 1.5"x1.5". Put a very small piece of filling at the center of each square. Continue until the dough is finished. when all the mantı are ready, fry them for some seconds, they will be cooked so easy, drain oil. Melt the butter, add the tomato paste, some red pepper. I like yogurt with garlic, so mix your yogurt with chooped garlic, you know if you eat this, you have to eat it with garlic. On your mantı, add yogurt and sauce; on the top add mint and you can serve.