Good Morning Nagaland: Special momo recipe by Phaliya Kent | P10
Eastern Mirror with its feature ‘Good morning Nagaland’ aims to highlight all the important traditional dishes that distinct every tribe of Nagaland through their unique ways of cooking.
‘Good Morning Nagaland’ after successfully completing its venture of sharing various traditional dishes of Nagaland and other parts of the country is now set to promote various specialties of local restaurants which are mostly run by local entrepreneurs in all corners of Nagaland. Good Morning Nagaland also sets to promote local bakers and food Enthusiasts.
Be a part of the journey every Monday and explore the mouth watering dishes of local restaurants which may be just a mile away from you.
2 cups flour
Salt to taste
1/2 kg pork mince
1 large onion chopped very fine
8-10 cloves of garlic chopped very fine
1 tbsp chilli sauce
1 tsp freshly ground pepper
Salt to taste
Mix the flour and salt to taste and add a little water at a time to make a stiff dough.
Heat the oil in a pan and fry the onions till translucent. Add the garlic and fry till it begins to turn golden.
Add the meat.
Then add the freshly ground pepper, salt to taste and cook till the pork is done.
Divide the dough into equal-sized balls and roll into very thin circles of roughly 4” diameter.
Put a tablespoon-full of pork in the centre of each circle and make a desired momo shape.
Place the Momos in a steaming dish and cook for 10-15 minutes.
Serve piping hot with chilli chatni and soup.
Near Burma Camp Fire House
Proprietor Phaliya Kent
Serves only momos