Best Momos in Gurgaon

Best Momos in Gurgaon

What is it about the humble momo that has foodies raving about it? Served with a big helping of extremely spicy, red chutney, a portion of momo always makes for a great snack.

We Indians just love Momos – Momo is a kind of South Asian dumpling; native to Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim state and Darjeeling district of India.

It is similar to Chinese Jiaozi, Mongolian Buuz, Japanese Gyoza and Korean Mandu.

Derivation of the word Momo

Momo, a Tibetan dish known as མོག་མོག (mog mog), is a type of steamed filled dumpling in Tibetan and Nepali cuisine that is also popular in Xinxiang, Kargil Ladakh, Gilgit Baltistan (Pakistan), and other countries in Central Asia and Bhutan.

The word “Momo” is derived from the Tibetan word “Moq Moq.” In Balti and Ladakhi, it is also called “Moq Moq.”

While “Moq Moq” is famous in Tibet, Ladakh, and the Tibetan-speaking belt in Nepal, it is not famous in Baltistan, despite the fact that Baltistan was called Little Tibet and shares a lot of traditional foods.

A new type of Momo called “Mamtu” is served in Gilgit Baltistan, which is a modified form of Momo.

The actual “Moq Moq” (Momo) is cooked on a Cow/Yak Bones steamer instead of a modern steel steamer in Tibet.

Here you can find information on the best momos in Gurgaon!

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