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Manty in the pan. A great option for lunch, dinner or a festive meal

Manty in the pan. A great option for lunch, dinner or a festive meal

Ingredients

For the test

  1. flour 500 gr.
  2. salt 1/2 tsp
  3. water 300 ml.
  4. vegetable oil 3 tbsp

For filling

  1. minced meat 600 gr.
  2. onion 2 pcs.
  3. salt to taste
  4. black pepper to taste

For a vegetable pillow

  1. onion 2 pcs.
  2. carrots 1 pc.
  3. bell pepper 2 pcs.
  4. tomatoes 400 gr.
  5. vegetable oil 2-3 tbsp
  6. butter 20 gr.
  7. salt to taste
  8. black pepper to taste
  9. water to taste
  10. parsley (for decoration) to taste
  • Main ingredients: Pork, Choux pastry

Inventory:

bowl, spoon, rolling pin, knife, cutting board, grater, ruler, frying pan

Cooking:

1) Take minced meat, I have minced pork 600 gr., But you can take any, I ground it with 2 medium onions. Add salt and pepper. Mix well. Set the minced meat aside and prepare the dough.
2) You can make your favorite dough or use my custard recipe. We take 500 gr. sifted flour, add 1/2 tsp. salt. Gradually pour 300 ml. boiled hot water and mix with a spoon. Add 3 tbsp. odorless vegetable oil. Mix lightly and let the dough cool slightly. 3) Knead the dough on the table until smooth, it will take about 5-7 minutes. We place the dough in a bag or cling film and leave for 20-30 minutes at room temperature. After the time has passed, the dough is ready for work. 4) While the dough is resting, prepare a delicious vegetable pillow. Two onions cut into small dice. 1 medium carrots rub on a coarse grater. Cut two peppers into small pieces. 400 gr. grate the tomato, holding the skin. 5) Pour 2-3 tablespoons into the pan. vegetable oil and 20 gr. creamy. Fry the onion until light brown. Add carrots and simmer over low heat until the carrots are soft. Add tomatoes, bell pepper salt and black pepper to taste. We put it out for a minute and turn it off. 6) Roll out the dough into a thin layer and cut it into strips about 7 cm wide. You can make it wider, but I don’t advise it anymore. We divide the strips into squares of about 7/7 cm. You can use a ruler or by eye, as you wish. 7) We fold the edges of the square inward and turn it on the back side. Spread 1 tsp. stuffing and pinch the edges. We straighten the dough and you're done. Thus, we form all the manti. 8) Put the manti on the prepared vegetables, add a little water so that the manti disappear by 1/3 or half, cover, bring to a boil and simmer them for 20 minutes over low heat. Garnish with parsley and treat yourself!