One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(in Tibetan cooking) a steamed dumpling filled with meat or vegetables.
- ‘Her recommendations range blithely from the momo at street stalls in Majnu ka Tilla to the Bukhara at the Maurya Sheraton.’
- ‘"Up in my village, people are starving," he said as he put another momo in his mouth.’
- ‘There are the popular dim sums, the steamed dumplings filled with prawns, chicken or vegetables, and fried or steamed momos and wantons with similar fillings.’
- ‘Delicious momos (dumplings) and noodle dishes were all prepared in a flash.’
- ‘Noodles (chau chau) are popular in Nepal, as are the meat-stuffed dumplings called momo; these reflect the Chinese influence mediated through Tibet.’
- ‘Boudhanath has several good rooftop restaurants selling steamed Tibetan momos, but the Hilton is a stone's throw away if you really need to get away from it all.’
- ‘So we had momos at Chanakya and then came home and stayed up all night just catching up!’
- ‘We began with an order of vegetable momo ($5.95), steamed dumplings filled with a purée of mixed vegetables and chopped onions - a popular appetizer in Nepal.’
- ‘We order some Tibetan beer and momos (vegetable dumplings) as the band starts into a passable version of John Lennon's ' Jealous Guy '.’
- ‘The four-day event will have a wide variety of lip smacking soya recipes, including tikka, patties and salads in Italian dressing and momos.’
- ‘We enjoyed ours with another tasty Tibetan staple, sha momo, minced-meat dumplings flavored with ginger, onion, and garlic.’
- ‘Within minutes, the beef momos had arrived, the six of them neatly lined up like crusty little soldiers.’
- ‘The momo itself is sheer, like a Chinese pot sticker, but I prefer the less-refined momos of Nepal, which are bigger, doughier and more potato-y.’
- ‘We are refilling our bodies with liquids and plate after plate of wonderful vegetables, fried rice, and momos.’
- ‘We got a dish of doughy pockets called momos as a shared appetizer, although it's designed as a meal, including soup and salad ($6.99 - $7.99 for eight, steamed or fried).’
- ‘The fields yield paddy, their cattle are well fed and fat, water is well guided, they have their own eateries serving their favourite beef-filled momos and noodle dishes.’
- ‘Tibetan influences are also found, such as in momo - steamed or fried meat or vegetables in dough.’
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