Hello my dears, I welcome you to a new video. Today we make delicious Manti / Mante We need the following ingredients: For the dough – 750g flour (type 405) – 1 egg – 1 teaspoon salt – 400ml warm water For the filling: – 500g beef mince – 800g onions Cut by hand or in a blender. – 100ml Abgekochtes but already cold water – 1.5 tablespoons salt – 1 teaspoon of pepper – 1 teaspoon chilli flakes First we start with the dough for the manti / dumplings. First the water, then the eggs. And gradually create a nice dough. Now add the salt and finally the flour. Make a nice dough out of it. I needed the whole flour. Now add some flour and finish kneading the dough. Let the dough rest briefly. This is how the dough should look like. Not too soft and not too hard. I let the dough rest in the bowl. Now to the onions. I want to show you how to cut the onions when I cut them by hand. About as fine and small. Let’s mix everything together. You can also take pork. You can also take plain meat and chop it up. Now mix everything nicely. Of which nation Manti / Mante are, unfortunately I do not know. Maybe one of you knows. The filling is now ready and we continue with the dough. Now divide the dough into 4 parts. I will knead every ball again. Now we roll out the balls. Add some flour and roll out nicely. The ball is now rolled out. My dough has a diameter of about 35 cm. Not too thin and not too thick. You get that way. I now cut square pieces from the dough. Something like that. For me, the pieces are not all evenly. It’s not that bad. I’ll turn them over now so they can glue better. Now take a spoonful of the filling and put it on the dough. So the Manti / Mante are taped. Just take the pages and then glue them on. Finally, squeeze the corners together again. That’s how it looks to me. From the amount of ingredients I got about 50 pieces out. The dough and the flour were perfect. Let’s start cooking the Manti. To cook the Manti we need a steam cook pot or mantowarka. To buy on Amazon or Ebay. My pot has a diameter of 28 cm. But there are also smaller Mantowarka if you have a smaller family or something similar. The water is already boiling. I will not salt the water, as the manti have enough salt. I take the first ring and put it on the Mantowarka. You can either smear the pot with oil or I can dunk the Manti / Mante directly into the oil. I think so much better. You can also just brush it on the pot. So that the Manti do not stick in the Mantowarka. I now close the lid and let it cook at the highest level for about 40 minutes. After 40 minutes, the Manti / Mante / dumplings are now ready. If the Manti can be lifted easily, then these are also finished. Let’s get the Manti out and serve it. The Manti are finally finished. You can eat the manti / dumplings or a sauce that tastes good. (Sour cream, ketchup, etc.) I want to show you now how the Manti look from the inside. Everything was fine. The meat looks good too. This is what it looks like from the inside. I hope you liked the video. Have fun and a good appetite.