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Asia, Himalayas, Nepal, Restaurant, Tibet

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Stock photo ID:182665504
Upload date:September 30, 2013

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'Momo is a type of dumpling native to Himalayas of Tibet. It is similar to Mongolian buuz, Chinese jiaozi, or Central Asian manti, closely related to Russian pelmeni, German Maultaschen or Italian ravioli.There are different varieties of momos. Most common are C-momo, Kothey momo, Momo soup and Fried momo. C-momo is regular momo dipped in a hot and spicy sauce consisting of onions, capsicums, etc., and usually served in a bowl. Fried momos are prepared by deep frying the steamed momos. Momo soup is steamed momos immersed in a meat broth and Kothey momos are pan-fried. These are some of the most common items served in Tibetan and Nepalese restaurants.'
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