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Serves 3 persons | Prep Time 10 minutes | Cook Time 20minutes

Why I Love This Recipe

Momo is one of my favorite dishes. The origin of momo is in Tibet, but now it is very popular all through the globe. Momo is traditionally made with beef, Sichuan pepper and peanut. Today I am going to present an exclusive veg momo taken from Chinese cuisine.

Ingredients You'll Need

All purpose flour 250 gm
Salt 1 pinch
Refine oil 2 tsp
Water as required
Soya granules 1 cup (boiled)
Grated tofu/ paneer 1 cup
Onion 1 medium size (chopped)
Ginger (chopped) 1 tbsp
Green chili 2 (chopped)
Tomato sauce 2 tbsp
Sweet chili sauce 2 tbsp
White pepper powder 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Refine oil 2 tbsp
Dalda 1 tsp (vanaspati oil/ vegetable oil)


Mix flour, salt and oil, add little amount of water at a time and knead into a soft dough

Cover the dough with a wet, clean cloth for an hour


Heat oil in a pan, add tofu and soya granules

Add salt and pepper, mix well

Cook for 2 or 3 minutes

Add tomato and sweet chili sauces, mix well, remove from the heat

Add onion, ginger and chilies, add dalda, mix well and keep aside the mixture

Make 12 equal size balls with the dough

Roll out each ball, fill in the mixture around 1 tbsp full

Fold the wrapper in to half circle shape

Brush oil on the edges and join both edges using your finger tips, make 12 momose

Brush oil on momos and steam for 10/15 minutes

Serve with your favorite sauce

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