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    Talking Anyone who likes momo??

    also specify the place where you eat...
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    i do
    but its rely hot

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    where do you eat...

    here we have a tibettan at delhi
    and when i am in nainital, its also a tibetan and some local pahadis do make good momos

    yeah really hot as you said...specially the dry red chilly chutney....oooommm aaaahhh
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    i m in siliguri, its like regular food here, u ll see stalls all over the road side,
    but its not hygienic though, so eat at a local restrnt , who makes real good pudina chatni

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    I like momos too, but the fired ones not the steamed ones! And yes the red chutney is good!

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    plz explain what are momos to this poor kid

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    Well its the outer stuff of a momo is made from the same stuff you make a samosa from, and this is either fried or steamed.

    The fillings is of either vegetables or chicken, the vegetable momos which consist of cabbage, onions, ginger and other vegetables. The chicken momos consist of minced chicken!

    This is served with hot chilly sauce!

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    and the smell is mouth watering...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sb21pro View Post
    and the smell is mouth watering...
    so where is my plate?
    at my place in Nainital,local tibetan make it by mutton and veg,howeva i like both but i feel the chutney is one of the most important feature of momo. i also like fried,but not always.because i am little un-oil man.hygiene is not my prima when i eat chinese or tibetan dishes i ate in mongol puri Delhi where basic tibetans live(why is it called mongolpuri?)the taste is splendid.i have heard that momo goes sparklying with vinegar but neva tried i like steamed ones.
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    think i might just make some 2maro!

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    I love momos especially that red chilly sause they serve with it ... its a killer.

    I love to have momos when ever I go to Delhi haat (opposite INA market near AIIMS)
    Go to the Manipur stall there you will love it
    The reason I had it for the first time was the girl who used to be at the cash counter at Manipur stall was a really fit chick Back in 1996 that was And ever since when ever I get a chance I go down there to have momos

    That girl doesnt work there any more by the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Go to the Manipur stall there you will love it
    The reason I had it for the first time was the girl who used to be at the cash counter at Manipur stall was a really fit chick Back in 1996 that was And ever since when ever I get a chance I go down there to have momos
    aha let me see too

    Quote Originally Posted by Preeti_20 View Post
    think i might just make some 2maro!
    i make sometimes at house. I stuff it with maggi and vegies,(chick too)its easy to steam it in cooker for two whistles.thats very much.and momos are there
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    What exactly are momos? I don't think I have ever had them.

    -F

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    Quote Originally Posted by Preeti_20 View Post
    think i might just make some 2maro!
    i make sometimes at house. I stuff it with maggi and vegies,(chick too)its easy to steam it in cooker for two whistles.thats very much.and momos are there
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    I forgot to mention I like fried ones

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    I have eaten momo couple of time in Shimla it's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farce View Post
    What exactly are momos? I don't think I have ever had them.

    -F
    Here is a picture of steamed momos



    The ones I have are stuffed with minced chicken Ive never had mutton ones so no idea what they are like but they can be suffed with a lot of different things.

    That sause in the middle is a killer sause and full of chillies
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Here is a picture of steamed momos

    i basically like steamed once.but i like fried only when the oil is good.and thats only possible in restaurants which don make good momos.thats my experience.i ate in cp many many times.didnt got that flavour.but i will try at the above address for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farce View Post
    What exactly are momos? I don't think I have ever had them.

    -F
    Neither have i .....

    Maybe RJ can tell me where to find momos in Chennai ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShAdOwCoN View Post
    Neither have i .....

    Maybe RJ can tell me where to find momos in Chennai ??
    Go down to GN Chetty Road and there is a Chineese resturant near this Murugan idli shop

    Theyve also got a beer liscence so you can wash the killer sause down if you eat too much of it at one go
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Go down to GN Chetty Road and there is a Chineese resturant near this Murugan idli shop

    Theyve also got a beer liscence so you can wash the killer sause down if you eat too much of it at one go
    :lol:
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    But i still think in south India momos is not so famous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Go down to GN Chetty Road and there is a Chineese resturant near this Murugan idli shop

    Theyve also got a beer liscence so you can wash the killer sause down if you eat too much of it at one go
    Oh! ll check it out

    is the sause really that hot ?

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    Momo is widely available here, but I must confess that I have never even tasted it so far. I think I m gonna do it now............. everybody has eaten it except me

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShAdOwCoN View Post
    Oh! ll check it out

    is the sause really that hot ?
    It really depends where you have it from the Manipuri stall at Delhi haat makes it really hot but Ive had it some other places as well where its not as hot but its still too hot

    Quote Originally Posted by Evander Leopold View Post
    Momo is widely available here, but I must confess that I have never even tasted it so far. I think I m gonna do it now............. everybody has eaten it except me
    Give it a try I am sure you will like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evander Leopold View Post
    Momo is widely available here, but I must confess that I have never even tasted it so far. I think I m gonna do it now............. everybody has eaten it except me
    if you are in Kolikata, China town is the best area
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    It really depends where you have it from the Manipuri stall at Delhi haat makes it really hot but Ive had it some other places as well where its not as hot but its still too hot



    Give it a try I am sure you will like it
    oh I thought that was a trademark of the dish

    ok i am praying that the chilly sause is really hot

    and the cash counter girl too

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShAdOwCoN View Post
    oh I thought that was a trademark of the dish

    ok i am praying that the chilly sause is really hot

    and the cash counter girl too
    counter girls are always hot.everyone write this address.wheneva reach nainital always go to bhutia market and ask for Bhutia chowmein centre.the gal at the counter is too hot to digest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mail2sc View Post
    if you are in Kolikata, China town is the best area
    yup, am in kolkata and china town is less than a 15 minutes drive away from my house. thanks for the suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evander Leopold View Post
    yup, am in kolkata and china town is less than a 15 minutes drive away from my house. thanks for the suggestion.
    bring me some momo i am crazy.
    I want momo I want momo I want momo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Here is a picture of steamed momos



    The ones I have are stuffed with minced chicken Ive never had mutton ones so no idea what they are like but they can be suffed with a lot of different things.

    That sause in the middle is a killer sause and full of chillies

    wow!!!! I didn't realize these were momos and are available in India.
    These are Chinese dimsum.

    by the way we don't have momos in south India.

    -F

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    Quote Originally Posted by farce View Post
    wow!!!! I didn't realize these were momos and are available in India.
    These are Chinese dimsum.

    by the way we don't have momos in south India.

    -F
    maybe you wanted to write of chinese dumplings.those are different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mail2sc View Post
    maybe you wanted to write of chinese dumplings.those are different.
    they look exactly the same though. the bamboo steamer etc.

    -F

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    the filling is different.....!!!

    btw i ve had momo's in sikkim n thy were soooo yummm!!! havent had momo;s in a while now.....i wanna go to mumbai......
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    Quote Originally Posted by player View Post
    plz explain what are momos to this poor kid
    Ah! Player. This is another substitute for your excelllent breakfast scheme (http://www.indiabroadband.net/food/1...te-nashta.html)

    Quote Originally Posted by farce View Post
    wow!!!! I didn't realize these were momos and are available in India.
    These are Chinese dimsum.

    by the way we don't have momos in south India.

    -F
    Quote Originally Posted by mail2sc View Post
    maybe you wanted to write of chinese dumplings.those are different.
    Quote Originally Posted by farce View Post
    they look exactly the same though. the bamboo steamer etc.

    -F
    Quote Originally Posted by aashaka_gandhi View Post
    the filling is different.....!!!

    btw i ve had momo's in sikkim n thy were soooo yummm!!! havent had momo;s in a while now.....i wanna go to mumbai......
    Yes. Very similar to dimsum's but filling is different - more suited for Indian style.

    Unfortunately, momo's have not made much headway south of Delhi. I first tasted them an the mall at Vasant Vihar.
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    I thought momo's were called wontons in chinese!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Preeti_20 View Post
    I thought momo's were called wontons in chinese!
    Maybe. Perhaps you are correct. But dimsum's look very much alike too.
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    momos r delicious !!!....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sb21pro View Post
    look who is here, how r u player, long time haa??
    Yeah man been REALLY busy in what............. guess what in travelling it tooks me 2 hrs to reach my college so naturally i am consumed at the end of the day and thats ****!!!! and this is Bangalore F!!!! it looks that its my fate afterall
    Its like office hours i board the bus at 7:30 AM and returns back to home at 6:15 PM

    you can imagine yourself what is the condition with me

    I've never heard of these momos its totally new to me looks like i have to stay in Delhi for a while to eat these goodies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Preeti_20 View Post
    I thought momo's were called wontons in chinese!
    Are momos different types and shapes? Wonton is one kind of chinese
    dumpling which is boiled or fried and put in soup or eaten with sauce.

    Dimsum encompasses a whole array of snack like foods with
    different shapes and sizes. Some of which are Shumai, haigow,
    pork bun, chicken feet, sticky rice etc. etc. etc. These typically
    are steamed in a bamboo steamer and eaten right out of it. Some
    are fried or grilled.

    -F

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    Not sure to be honest!

    But anyway for those who have not tasted momos, you can make them at home too, i don't know the exact ingredients but they do taste good at home and the best thing you know whats in them and they are made hygienically!

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    But its a good idea to know, what its supposed to taste like before trying it urself na?

    Well atleast i dont dare try making something i have never tasted

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    I first tasted momos at Delhi Haat... Since then I'm in love with momos...

    In Pune I regularly eat momos at a place near Gokhale Nagar... (Not able to recall the name of the shop or the crossing's/chawk's name too, will update later).. They provide veg, chicken & mutton momos with 3 different sauces which are just amazing...

    And I love steamed version as much as the fried ones...

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    In bangalore, there is Mainland China , which is the best place to have momos.

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    guys i heard that momo is costly in Bangluru is that true??
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    I don't like momos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manish View Post
    I don't like momos
    ?? why bro ?? is it too hot for u :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sb21pro View Post
    ?? why bro ?? is it too hot for u :lol:
    :lol:
    I don't know why, but when i tasted it for the first time, i knew this is last time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manish View Post
    :lol:
    I don't know why, but when i tasted it for the first time, i knew this is last time
    wel i guess dragons can spit fire, but cant eat somethin hot

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    could be, will try Icecream

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    You didn't taste the steamed ones did you? Cause when first tasting them many people do not like them

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    seriously don't remember, but most of my friends and cousions are mad about it, but not me,,,i don't feel like eating them

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    maybe try making them at home, it maybe you will find them better, just trying ideas for your liking of momos!

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    o man i just love.....i used to eat them from south ex. part 1

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    are there actually different types of momo's in the sense of the fillings, and sauces given with them!

    Ive tasted both the veg and chicken ones. The veg being a filling of cabbage, shredded carrots and onions, and the chicken ones as minced chicken which is cooked in onions light cooked in oil!

    The sauces i have had are the red chilli sauce!

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    yeah i love momos too.
    i know some great places in delhi for momos...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Preeti_20 View Post
    are there actually different types of momo's in the sense of the fillings, and sauces given with them!

    The sauces i have had are the red chilli sauce!
    i differ them by there sauces........nd i just love the chutney which was given by momos........i tried it on lots of places in delhi but south ex ones are best........the veg momos are just waste of money.........

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    These momos sound interesting. I'd love to try them
    sometime if I visit North India.

    -F

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    @ amitkool21 - i wouldn't call the veg ones a waste of money, as they do taste different to the non veg ones, but still taste good, and for those who are vegetarian, they are good enough for them. And i dont really understand what exactly you mean by waste of money, if you dont want them then dont buy them!

    @ Farce - if your not likely to come to North India for a while and you can get them where you are at the moment, try making them at home, it wont be the same, but you will get to know what they are like!

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