Chicken Momos Desi style

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Chicken Momos
Chicken Momo

Momos are the famous fast food Himalayan origins. It’s a traditional delicacy in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim and Northeast India.Momo(dumpling) are made with a simple flour-and-water dough—white flour is generally preferred ,it can be either steamed or fry.You can do Chicken/Meat or Vegeatable stuffing in it. I tried chicken as my husband is fond of chicken and i gave little desi tadka to it hence fried it.

 

 

I am coming up with new recipe how to prepare the fried momos indo-chinese style which is similar to the Chinese Baozi.Please send me your feedback or any questions if any.
Prep time: 30-40 mins

Cooking time: 10-15 mins

Serves: 4

Ingredients

For stuffing

250 grams of Chicken mince
1 boiled potato
1 tsp of Ginger garlic paste
1 tsp of Red Chilli powder
1 tsp of Garam Masala powder
1 tsp of chilli sauce
1 tsp of oil
salt to taste

For Dough

2 cups of Refined flour (maida)/Wheat flour
pinch of Baking soda
Salt to taste
Oil for frying.

Directions | How to make Chicken momos

In a frying pan add 1 tsp of oil,add chicken mince in it and saute it for 5 minutes,add all the remaining ingredients to it.
Let it cook for around 5-7 mins , please do not use any water as we need the filling to be completely dry to stuff.
Once cooked keep it aside.

Knead the refined flour, baking powder and salt together into firm dough. Cover and keep aside for 30 minutes.

Roll the dough into very thin 4-5 inch rounds.

Take each round piece and place some prepared filling in the center.

Bring the edges together and twist to seal it.

Fry it for about 10 minutes and serve hot with tomato-garlic sauce.
Tips

You can also steam the momos in steamer or 10 mins for healthy reasons.
Also can used shredded carrots/cabbage for stuffing.

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