Wednesday, January 6, 2010

A Special Dish For A Special Day!


I am making MANTI for dinner today! Hubby loves it!
One of the most difficult dishes of Turkish Cuisine but it's worth it. So delicious!!!

25 comments:

  1. ooh, that looks yummy!! happy birthday to your hubby!!

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  2. Yay! Happy Birthday to your husband!!!

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  3. mutlu yillar esine ve ellerine saglik canim :) tarifini yazacakmisin?

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  4. Tesekkur ederim canim,
    I'll post the recipe soon!

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  5. That DOES look yummy! Happy bday to your honey!

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  6. Looks delish! Happy Birthday to your hubby :)

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  7. Happy Birthday to your hubby, he's a lucky guy and you made one of his favorites! Have a great celebration!

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  8. Another yummy one! Happy Birthday to your hubby!

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  9. Looks like a delicious hearty meal during these cold winter months. Happy New Year to you!

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  10. Happy Birthday to your hubby. I hope you have a lovely dinner together.

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  11. Oh wow, that looks delicious!!! Happy birthday to your hubby..he's lucky to have a wife who will cook him an amazing dinner on his b-day!!!

    Hope you'll be sharing the recipe soon!!

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  12. Yummy!! Happy Birthday to your hubby!!!

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  13. Happy Birthday to you hubs !!your dish looks great can you send me some :) LOL judt noticed you have a twitter so going to go follow you on there too !! have a great day :)

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  14. Yonca, this dish looks fabulous. And the best part is that you also get to enjoy for your hubbies birthday.

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  15. what a sweet birthday post...what kind of dish is this? Looks like some kind of filled pasta? Whatever it is, I want some!!

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  16. Thanks ladies!We enjoyed a delicious dinner. Manti, hand-formed little dumpligs. These little dumplings are made of seasoned ground beef or ground lamb wrapped in a homemade egg pasta. They're topped with a garlic-yogurt sauce and browned butter seasoned with red pepper.Ground sumac and/or dried mint can be added to taste. Hmmmmm, yummy!

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  17. Yonca, happy belated birthday to your husband!
    Mandi looks delicious!
    love and hugsxxx

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  18. Whoah happy birthday to your honey girl ^_^. And Manti looks so delish, are those herb toppings?? Yummy ^_^.

    I'm so proud of you girl, difficult dish or not, you did it yay !! ^_^

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  19. I don't know what that is, but it looks so DELICIOUS!! I'm hungry!

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  20. Happy Birthday to your husband. The dish looks delicious. What does it consist of? I saw guesses for filled pasta, I was thinking it looked more like it was cabbage based?

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  21. Oh how sweet! I hope you had a wonderful day!

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