Steamed veg and paneer momos | How to make Steamed veg and paneer momos

By Monika S Suman  |  16th Feb 2016  |  
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Steamed veg and paneer momosby Monika S Suman
  • Prep Time

    40

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  • Cook Time

    15

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    2

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    About Steamed veg and paneer momos Recipe

    Steamed veg and paneer momos is an aromatic, flavorful and delicious dish which is very much popular in world. The name itself get juices flowing in your mouth and this dish has a heavenly experience in every bite. When Steamed veg and paneer momos is cooked perfectly it can turn into a dish beyond excellence. It is a recipe of delight which no one can resist. You can try this amazing Steamed veg and paneer momos at the restaurants and you can also prepare it at your home. People of different region prepare this dish differently according to their own taste. This quick and easy recipe requires only 40 minute for the preparation and 15 minute to cook it perfectly. On the Better Butter website, you can find the recipe of Steamed veg and paneer momos by Monika S Suman in step by step with pictures so you can easily learn how to cook the perfect Steamed veg and paneer momos at your home without any difficulties. Steamed veg and paneer momos is one of the representative dishes of world which you can serve in any special occasions.

    Steamed veg and paneer momos

    Ingredients to make Steamed veg and paneer momos

    • For the stuffing:
    • 1/2 cup grated and squeezed cabbage
    • 1/2 cup paneer, grated or crumbled
    • 1/4 cup bell pepper, finely chopped
    • 1 Medium onion, Finely Chopped
    • 5 tbsp coriander leaves, finely chopped
    • 4 garlic cloves, grated
    • 1 inch ginger, grated
    • Green chillies as per taste
    • salt to taste
    • For the red chutney:
    • 2 tomatoes
    • 1 green chilli
    • 4 garlic cloves
    • 1 tsp mustard oil
    • salt to taste
    • 2 tsp coriander leaves, finely chopped
    • For the dough:
    • 1 cup maida
    • 1/4 tsp salt
    • 1 tsp oil
    • Warm water to knead

    How to make Steamed veg and paneer momos

    1. To prepare the dough, combine the maida, salt and oil together, using a little water at a time bind them together to form a soft dough. Keep it covered with a wet cloth and let it rest till further use.
    2. To prepare the stuffing, mix together all the listed ingredients and keep aside.
    3. To shape the momos, divide the dough into 14 equal sizes. Take one part, give it a round shape using your hands and roll it using a rolling pin as thin as possible. (Just like the way you make rotis).
    4. Fill some stuffing in the center of the circle, lift both the sides and seal them together as shown in the picture. Keep aside and cover with a wet cloth. Follow the same steps for all the 13 portions.
    5. Once done, steam these momos in the momo stand or idli stand for 15 minutes in a medium flame.
    6. To make the chutney, take some water in a pressure cooker. Add the tomatoes, garlic and chillies and pressure cook it for 1 whistle. Turn off the flame after 1 whistle and let the pressure release on its own.
    7. Once the pressure releases, take out the tomatoes, garlic and chillies and let it cool. After they are cooled, blend it in a mixer to a smooth paste without adding any water. Then take it out in a bowl, add salt, mustard oil and coriander leaves. Mix and serve.
    8. Serve the momos hot immediately with the chutney.

    My Tip:

    * Don't skip using coriander leaves in both the chutney and stuffing. It enhances the taste. * Increase the spice level as per your taste by adding more chillies to both the chutney and stuffing. This recipe has normal spice.

    Momos are one of the most popular dishes of Indo-Chinese cuisine. Chinese cuisine is as vast as Indian cuisine, and like Indian cuisine it varies from region to region. Chinese cuisine has 5 basic flavours and according to ancient Chinese medicine these flavours should always be balanced in any dish. The 5 flavours are sweet, sour, salty, bitter and spicy. The popularity of Chinese cuisine in India prompted people to modify Chinese recipes to suit their tastes, which gave birth to Indo-Chinese Cuisine.

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