Nepalesische MOMOS!!! hmmmmmm....

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Wer schon in Nepal war, wird Momos (= gefüllte Teigtaschen) lieben.
Hier gibts tolle, scharfe, leckere nepalesische Rezepte:
http://www.food-nepal.com/
Ausprobiert habe ich beide Momo-Rezepte, die Thukpa und Peda. Schreit nach Fortsetzung...
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Nepalesische MOMOS sind einfach nur gigantisch. Ich habe sie während meines Nepal Trips mehrfach genossen. Einfach super.
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Hi Julchen,

hast du die Rezepte vielleicht noch? Klingt echt lecker und leider geht der Link nimmer..

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Hallo Julchen
Der Link zu deinen Rezepten funktioniert irgend wie nicht. Hab da nur ne Fehlermeldung. Würd diese Momos auch gerne mal ausprobieren.

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Hatte die Rezepte zum Glück gespeichert, schade um den Link...

Mein Tipp: Ravioliformer zum Formen nehmen, klappt besser (bei mir zumindest) und nicht gar so viel Chilli nehmen - ist etwas krass für europäische Gaumen...

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Julchen

Nepali Meat Momos (Nepalese Meat Dumplings)

Wrapper:
3 cup All-purpose flour
1 cup waterPinch of salt(Alternatively, buy egg roll wrapper )

Filling:
1 lb ground or minced chicken/turkey/lamb/pork
1 cup onion (finely chopped)
½ cup shallots (finely chopped)
½ cup cilantro, chopped
½ cup diced tomatoes
1 teaspoon garlic paste
1 teaspoon ginger paste
¼ teaspoon turmeric (optional)
1 teaspoon cumin powder
1 teaspoon coriander powder
3 fresh chillies (paste)
4 tablespoon ghee or butter
Salt to taste

PREPARATION
Filling:
1 Combine all filling ingredients. Mix well, adjust seasoning according to taste.
Wrapper: (Disregard step 2-6 if you buy the readymade wrappers)
2 In a bowl combine flour, salt and water. Mix well, knead until the dough becomes similar to pizza dough.
3 Optional step: Cover and let stand for about one hour. Knead well again before making the wrappers.
4 Prepare 1 inch dough balls and roll between your palms to spherical shape.
5 Dust working board with dry flour. On the board gently flatten the ball with rolling pin to about 2 inch diameter circle.
6 Repeat steps 3-4 again for more wrappers.
Packing Dumpling:
7 Hold wrapper on one palm. Put about 1 spoon of filling in middle of wrapper.
8 With the other hand bring all edges together to center, making the pleats. Pinch and twist the pleats to ensure the absolute closure of the dumpling. Closing the meat inside wrapper is the secret of tasty and juicy dumplings.
Steaming Dumplings:
9 Heat up water in steamer.
10 Oil the steamer rack well or put cabbage leaves on bottom to prevent dumplings from sticking to rack. Put dumping in steamer.
11 When water boils, close the lid on rack.
12 Steaming until the dumplings are cooked through, about 10-15 minutes.

Nepali vegetable Momos

3 cup All-purpose flour
1 tablespoon oil1 cup water
Pinch of salt
3 cups assorted vegetables (spinach, cauliflower, carrot, green peas, daikon, red pepper, green pepper) (finely chopped)
1 cup onion (finely chopped)½ cup green onion (finely chopped)
½ cup cilantro (chopped)
1 teaspoon garlic (minced)
1 teaspoon fresh ginger (minced)
½ teaspoon timur
½ teaspoon turmeric
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
3 fresh red chilies (minced)
1 cup Nepali cheese (paneer), roughly crushed
2 tablespoon clarified butter
½ teaspoon fenugreek
1 tablespoon water-flour mixture (thickening agent)
Salt to taste

PREPARATION
Dough
1 In a large bowl combine flour, oil, salt and water. Mix well, knead until the dough becomes homogeneous in texture, about 8-10 min. Cover and let stand for at least 30 min. Knead well again before staging the wrappers.
Filling
2 In a non-stick pan heat clarified butter, splitter fenugreek until it turns dark. Add chopped onions and saute until just slightly light brown. Add turmeric, garlic, ginger, and chilies. Fry for 30 sec. Put vegetables and stir-fry until slightly soft. Do NOT over stir-fry the vegetables. Salt and pepper the vegetable mixture. Add cheese, green onions and cilantro, mix well. To solidify the vegetable mixture, add one tablespoon of flour-water mixture. Mix the mass over until thickened. Transfer the vegetable filling into a bowl. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour to allow cooling.
Assembly
3 Give the dough a final knead. Prepare 1-in. dough balls. Take a ball, roll between your palms to spherical shape. Dust working board with dry flour. On the board gently flatten the ball with your palm to about 2-in circle. Make a few semi-flattened circles, cover with a bowl. Use a rolling pin to roll out each flattened circle into a wrapper. For well excecuted MOMOs, it is essential that the middle portion of the wrapper be slightly thicker than the edges to ensure the structural integrity of dumplings during packing and steaming. Hold the edges of the semi-flattened dough with one hand and with the other hand begin rolling the edges of the dough out, swirling a bit at a time. Continue until the wrapper attains 3-in diameter circular shape. Repeat with the remaining few semi-flattened dough. Cover with bowl to prevent from drying.
4 Add chicken pieces and cook until golden brown on all sides to seal the meat. Add ginger-garlic paste, salt and turmeric and continue frying until chicken is half cooked, tender and moist. At this stage of cooking the oil starts separating from the chicken, now add onion and the remaining ingredients and continue cooking, stirring continuously until onions are rich, dark brown. Adjust the heat to low to prevent burning. The finished dish should be quite dry, the onion should still hold its shape, but be soft and transparent.
5 For packing hold wrapper on one palm, put one tablespoon of the filling mixture and with the other hand bring all edges together to the center, making the pleats. Pinch and twist the pleats to ensure the absolute closure of the stuffed dumpling. This holds the key to good tasting, juicy dumplings.
6 Heat up a steamer, oil the steamer rack well. This is critical because it will prevent dumplings from sticking. Arrange uncooked MOMOs in the steamer. Close the lid, and allow steaming until the dumplings are cooked through, about 8-10 min. Take the dumplings off the steamer, and immediately serve. To serve, arrange the cooked MOMOs on a plate dressed with an ample amount of hot tomato achar.
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Nepalesische MOMOS!!! hmmmmmm....

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Hallo julchen,

Leckere nepalesische Momos findest Du auch unter: http://www.nepal-travelguide.de/rezepte-momo.html .
Habe die Rezepte ausprobiert und kann nur sagen. lecker, lecker, lecker!
Werde das Rezept von food-nepal.com auch mal probieren.

Liebe Grüsse Ollibaba
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