A plate of freshly steamed momos with spicy red chutney is one street food combination that has received a lot of love! Even though momos are a traditional delicacy of the Tibet region, they have managed to find a place in every corner of the country. Whether you visit a popular market or just your local store, you can always spot a tiny stall on the street, with tall steamers filled with chicken and veg momos. And we love momos so much that we can never have enough of them. It is why we end up over-ordering them and placing them in the fridge to consume the next day. While there is a certain charm in having leftover momos the next day, they don't taste as good as they do when they were freshly steamed. But not anymore! We have found a way to rejuvenate leftover momos and make them juicy and delicious.
Here Are Some Tips And Tricks To Reheat Leftover Momos:
Reheating Leftover Momos In A Microwave
People who have tried to reheat momos in the microwave face a major conundrum, that is, the momos are either completely dried, or are hot outside and cold from the centre. But we have found a way to make these problems go away, by finding the right technique for heating momos in the microwave.
Place the momos in a microwave-safe bowl and cover them with a damp muslin cloth or paper towel. Heat it for about 1-2 minutes, depending on the number of momos and voila! You will have fresh and tasty momos in no time.
Reheating Leftover Momos On A Pan
If you don't have a microwave, then don't worry the pan has got your back! If you are someone who simply adds the leftover momos to a heated pan, then chances are that your momos burn from the bottom and lose their moisture.
What you need to do, is heat the pan, add 2-3 spoons of water, immediately place the momos and cover the pan. This shall prevent the momos from burning and help retain moisture.
Try out these simple hacks to reheat momos and let us know which one is your favourite in the comments section!