Monday, April 25, 2011

Veggie Momos! (aka Nepali Pot Stickers)

The mixture in the bowl is cabbage, carrots, onions, ginger, garlic, and any kind of spices you like.  Chop finely, and mix. Take regular ol' won ton wrappers you find at the local "Asian" market...or the one we go to- Pacific Ocean Market.
Stuff the won ton wrappers, fold into triangles, and tightly press the sides together with little folds to seal.

If you do not have a steamer, no worries, use a makeshift steamer, with a metal pie tin.  Simply poke holes all over the bottom of the pie tin, place over a large pot filled half way with water, cover, and let steam until won ton wrappers are cooked through.

I am not sure how to make this sauce, all I know is it was tasty, but is some kind of Nepali red sauce that is spicy.  I suppose you could use any sauce you like, such as a pot sticker sauce, or a gyoza sauce.  Eat Momos after dipping in whatever sauce you like. 


  1. Yummy for sure! Let's make when you come home, please. What do you serve with it?

  2. That is a clever way to steam! And I love the pictures, but could you tell us what these are made of? (Both the potstickers and the sauce)

  3. Also, do you want me to link you from my blog Manda?

  4. Ok I added some details on this dish, I have a ton more things to publish, but I have been busy with work, but I think I will have time this week. And yes, go ahead and link on your web! Neat.