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6 Steps to Make Veg Momo


Well months back I’ve spent my holiday at the cloudy Hill station near my city called KodaiKanal which is a beautiful mountain place in the far Southern India.Since i’ve been there quite a lot of time but this turned out to be a special one with my first visit to a Tibetan Restaurant near the lake.They had many tasty cuisines there,but the one thing that interested me is their Veg Momo’s and then month’s after, I learned to cook the dish and I wanted to share it here with you…

Required Ingredient 

  1. Flour/Maida-2 cups
  2. Carrot – 2
  3. Cabbage – 3 slices
  4. Onion Big-2
  5. Green Chilli-2
  6. Garlic- 3 pieces
  7. Spring onion-3
  8. Red-chillipowder(3tsp)
  9. Cooking oil(6-7 sp)
  10. asafoetida(2 pinch)
  11. Salt(Required)
  12. Pepper(Required)

Cooking method :

Step 1:
Add the Flour in a bowl with little bit water,Salt and oil,mix it together
until it becomes a dough nice and soft.Keep it aside


Step 2:
Add little bit of oil and heat it in a frying pan with cut pieces of onion
until it turns brownish in colour with green chilli

Step 3:
after that add cut pieces of carrot and cabbage,fry it a little while
and add 2 small pieces of garlic, 2 pinch of asafoetida, and red chilli


and then add cut pieces of spring onion and add Pepper & salt in the
veggies as required.


Step 4:

Now Take the dough,press it with a roller and make it as thin as
possible and make circles out of them (you can use an round object
against it or make the dough as a smaller ball and then press it)


Step 5:
Now stuff and fill the veggies mix in dough circle and make it as a
dumpling (you can make the dough in bean shape or like a garlic shape as
you wish)


Step 6:
Now take the veggies filled dumplings and put it in a cooker or a boiling
vessel,cook it for 5 to 7 minutes !


Note: Momo’s are Hot and ready to be served with any kind of sauce or Side dish !

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12 thoughts on “6 Steps to Make Veg Momo

  1. These look delicious! I haven’t tried making dumplings for such a long time even though I love eating them so much. I’ll definitely be trying this recipe!

  2. They look like some steamed buns I had for dinner two days ago, but I don’t usually make them. I just buy them. Now you’ve shown me how to make them. I shall make every effort to try. Thanks for sharing! Wish you a pleasant Sunday.

  3. This looks so yummy.
    Thank you for your wonderful presentation on unique food~

  4. Am going to do just that. Thank you for sharing it~
    Wish we had Tibetan places to eat here. Have not found any yet.

  5. Thank you so much, but I don’t live in California anymore, am in Florida now!

  6. I am sorry 😦 there used be a place called Annapurna Cafe in French Town ,Tallahassee serving wide range of Tibetan & Nepalese cuisines near the Florida State university i guess ! Bad luck they are closed now !

  7. This seems like something I would really like! Thanks for sharing!! Looks delicious 🙂

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