Begin with the original.
Get back to the road
Then hop on to the tongue smoother
End it on a traditional High!
Momos are a traditional delicacy in Bhutan, Nepal, Sikkim, Assam and north Bengal. Recipes are often passed down via generations.
Momos are mostly steamed. The traditional momo steamer is called a mucktoo. We’ve all seen that metal utensil with holes at the base, right? In many places, bamboo steamers are also used.
The total calorie in one momo is 35.2 kcal.
Every shape of a momo has a different name. It is similar to Chinese baozi and jiaozi, Mongolian buuz, Japanese gyoza, Afghan mantu, in Mauritius known simply as dimsum and Korean mandu.
Steamed momos have fewer calories and can be substituted for salad.
There are conventionally three types of momos: steamed, fried and pan-fried.
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