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What you think abt mo,mos

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Asked by ankita, 23 Jul '11 02:33 pm
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Mo,mos with frnds .......give awesome taste hai na dear..........
Answered by pankaj kanaujia, 10 Aug '11 11:25 pm

 
  
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What do these mean anyway...?
Answered by Dil Se, 23 Jul '11 03:10 pm

 
  
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Momo is a type of dumpling native to the Nepali part of the Himalayas and to Tibet. It is similar to the Mongolian buuz or the Chinese jiaozi.

The Tibetan word momo is a loanword from the Chinese mmo
Momos are made with a simple flour-and-water dough-white flour is generally preferredand sometimes a little yeast or baking soda is added to give a more doughy texture to the finished product. The filling may be one of the several mixtures:

Meat: Different kinds of meat fillings are popular in different regions. In Tibet, Nepal, Darjeeling district, Sikkim, Bhutan and North-East India, chicken, goat meat, buffalo meat, beef, yak meat and pork are the most popular, while in Ladakh, lamb and yak meat are common. Minced meat is combined with any or all of the following: onions/shallots, garlic, ginger and cilantro/coriander. Some people also add finely pured tomatoes and soya sauce.
Vegetables: Finely chopped cabbage, potato or chayote (iskush) are used as fillings in Nepal, Darjeelin ...more
Answered by sunder saini, 23 Jul '11 02:43 pm

 
  
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Clarify the question.
Answered by Dare Devil, 23 Jul '11 02:40 pm

 
  
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What's that ?
Answered by simon waaras, 23 Jul '11 02:34 pm

 
  
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