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Discussion in 'Food and Drink' started by Sarthak, Mar 22, 2016.
Try Momo. It is like a dumpling but very different!
Well that was kind of random, but I looked them up and they sure look delicious! Where did you learn to eat these? Your native culture? A trip? A restaurant? I will have to learn to make them!
Yes, It is very famous in Nepal
Gotta admit, when I first read 'momo,' I thought of peaches, because that's what 'momo' means in Japanese.
Still, a Nepalese dumpling sounds quite delicious.
Now this I have to try. I read a bit about them and they sound delicious! Thanks!
Dumplings take so many forms all over the planet and I have to say i am a sucker for good dumplings. They come in so many different shapes, sizes, flavors, and presentations. As an entree, as a side, as an appetizer, and as a snack.
I've had some great dessert dumplings as well.
Chinese Gumdrop Dumplings
Pumpkin Pie Dumplings with Caramel
Crispy Cream Cheese Dumplings (I love these!)
The only kind of dumplings I've ever had were in a pot of chicken.
After reading the comments, I have to go have a look at Momos!
dumplings ohmm love it, every time i had with my family veg one. Best by Chinese restaurants.
Whenever I get a chance to travel India or Nepal for business purpose I don't miss the chance to have Momo. I love Chicken Momo with sesame and red garlic chilli sauce. There, is a new type of Momo which is Paneer (Cheese) Momo. I love that also.
I've never heard of Momo, will have to look that one up.