- to taste Momo Sauce /chutney
- Green Chillies
- soy sauce
- pepper, lemon
To make the dough for the momos, place the flour, oil and salt in a container. Blend well and gradually add lukewarm water to make a smooth and delicate mixture. Cover the dough with a lid and put it away.
To make the veggie filling, heat the oil in a wide skillet and include the garlic. Stir for a minute, include the cut green chillies and ginger and blend well. Include the chopped onions and, mix for 3 mins or till they turn soft.
Include the chopped carrot and cook for 3-4 mins on medium flame. Include the chopped cabbage and cook for 8-10 minutes.
Include soy sauce, dark pepper powder and sugar and blend well. Remove from flame and let it cool down to room temperature. Not long before putting the filling on the rolled out circle, include salt and blend.
Knead the momo dough again for 2-3 mins and make little balls from the dough that are roughly the size of small lemons and dust with flour. Each ball should be rolled into a 3″ or 4″ diameter circle. It ought not to be excessively thick or excessively thin.
Add a tablespoon of the readied vegetable filling in the focal point of each rolled out circle. Try not to overstuff as it will be hard to make a perfect pouch shape.
Starting toward one side of the level circle, assemble the edge to shape creases working your way around the circle. Unite the creases to shape a pouch-like dumpling and seal the top.
Fill and shape all the rolled out circles into the pocket like dumplings. Cover them with a damp cloth to abstain from drying out. Oil an aluminium or stainless steel steamer and put the formed dumplings leaving a little space between every one of them. Fill a vessel or pot that is sufficiently enormous to put the steamer with 3″ to 4″ of water and heat water to the point of boiling. Guarantee that the base of the steamer doesn’t contact the water.
When the water starts to boil, place the steamer in the vessel and cover with a top. Steam on high flame for 10 mins. The momos are done when a glossy sheen shows up over them.
These mildly flavoured momos are best eaten with the spicy Orient Asian Momo Sauce/ Momo chutney which adds a flavourful twist to this delicious dish. This Classic Momos Recipe is everyone’s favourite.Explore more delicious recipes with our products like Indonesian Chicken Curry Recipe, Chicken Satay Recipe on OrientAsian's Asian Food Recipes page.
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