Momos are among the most relished and craved street foods for Indian tummies. The sudden arrival of Momos in India brought a massive excitement for its taste and interesting shape. The steamed, fried or tandoori dumplings that originated in East and South Asian region became widely popular in Nepal, Tibet, Himalayas and finally all over India. The different kinds of stuffing, shapes, chutneys and sauces make it a highly desirable delicacy and is guaranteed to be finger-licking good. It tastes best with a Lime Soda or Mojito and gets yummier with a bowl of hot Chowmein Noodles. These cute, tiny, mouth-watering dumplings are easy to cook at our own homes. Craving for street food is a different emotion, hence shall we not try it out at our own kitchens? Let us recreate that familiar picture of holding a plate full of yummy, steaming Momos with some mayonnaise and red chutney by the side. So, what’s with the waiting, let us get started with the recipe.
REQUIRED FOR KNEADING THE DOUGH
1 MEDIUM BOWL
FOR FRYING AND SAUTING
CHOPPED GREEN CHILLY
GREEN CORRIANDER CHOPPED