Make this all time favorite street food at home! Momos with a filling of lamb mince and mild spices. Served with a freshly made sauce that is sweet and spicy in one bite!
With these momos the possibilities are endless. Make them from scratch and pack with chicken, veggies, soya, paneer or whatever your heart fancies!
An all-time favorite street snack, Momos made with a chicken filling, first steamed and then deep fried.
The all important momo side kick.
These popular street dumplings are so versatile. You just need to master the technique and you can twist them to suit your palate.
Momos are a types of dumplings which can either be steamed or fried. This delicious appetizer is native to the Himalayas of Nepal and popularly eaten as a street snack.
Discover the Austrian rendition of this Asian recipe. With a paneer based dough and a low fat carrot based filling, these vegetarian dumplings are a healthy feast. This recipe was shared with us by the ...
Sausages with delightful filling wrapped around wonton skins and fried crisp.
The hot, steamed meat or vegetable dumplings momos, which are said to have originated in Nepal, were the star dish at the Rongali, Assam festival.
Dim sums, momos, siu mai, wontons, dumplings; there are plenty of names we have heard and often get confused about. Here's help so you can decode the dim sum menu next time you decide to ...
Have you ever wondered about the journey of momo? Come to think of it, the momo has probably travelled the farthest of all foods.
Whoever said good things come in small packages must have been talking about soft and fluffy, delicious dumplings!
We often use the terms dumplings and dim sum interchangeably (and the more common momos). However, though momos and dumplings are similar in ways, dim sum actually refers to a style of Chinese cuisine, served ...
Steaming is considered to be one of the most effective techniques to preserve the texture, flavour and nutrition of the ingredients.
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Born in 1975, Chef Wang started his career in dim sum making in the year 1993. Under his belt he has a staggering 22 years of experience in traditional dim sum making.