I love the momos. Funny, i thought they are Chinese, only to realise recently that they are from Nepal. This is my first attempt at making them at home. I can't say it was perfect, the wrapping and the right thickness for the dough layer was a challenge. So hope to make it better next time.
I love making momos...
Cut the cabbage and smash it and mixed salt, ginger, chilli to it.
Mixed water, salt with the flour and make small balls.
Pour the smashed cabbage into it.
Make design with your fingertips and close the open edge.
After oiling the container (where you want to put the momos) stream the momos until it’s done.
Serve with tomato and chilli sauce.
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