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Steamed Momos

  • How to make steamed momos using wheat flour:

  •  Ingredients:
           1. Wheat flour (1-2 small bowl)
           2. Oil (1 tblspn)
           3. Carrot (1 no)
           4. Cabbage (1 small bowl finely chopped)
           5. Onion (1 no )
           6. Ghee/Sajuk tup (1-2 tspn)
           7. Salt to taste
           8. Green chilli (1-2 no chopped)
           9. Water (1 glass)

  • Preparation & Cooking:
          1. Finely chop the onion,cabbage,carrot & green chilli. Add salt to taste & keep
          2. Take the wheat flour,add oil & knead to make dough. The dough should not
               be too soft.
          3. Cover up the dough & keep aside for half hour.
          4. The mixture of the finely chopped vegetables will leave out water because
              of the salt & onion.
          5. Squeeze out the water with your hands & ensure it is dry.
          6. Add the ghee/sajuk tup to the vegetable mixture & mix well. The ghee will
              help to bind them together.
          7. Take a lemon size portion of the dough, don't apply the dry wheat flour,roll
               flat to make small roti.
          8. Place one or two tblspn of the veggies mixture on the roti ,pull up the sides
              together & close it like a modak or like a small pouch bag.
          9. Repeat the step & make more momos.
         10. Keep 3-4 glass of water for boiling,grease the strainer with oil & place the
         11. Place the momos strainer over the boiling water,cover & steam cook for
               10-15 mins.
         12. Cook on medium flame,once done switch off,remove from steam & let it cool.
         13. Once the momos cool take them out slowly or the filling might spill out.
         14. The steamed momos are ready. Serve with soup or your favorite sauces.

  • Serves: Two-Three.

  •  Notes:
           1. Before making the small roti beat the dough twice on the flat roller.
           2. You can make the momos in different shapes you want.
           3. Make the roti slight thin.
         During monsoon we usually have  pakoras,try these steamed dumplings with 
         soup or some chilli sauce & Enjoy your rainy evening snacks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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