May 22, 2012

Sweet Momos

How about a bite of sweet momo??? .....mmm...yumm right! Here is my special recipe using coconut, sugar and raisin filling. Being a sweetaholic, I felt like giving a twist to the normal veg/meat momo recipe :) You can even replace the usual hot sauce with a chocolate sauce dip ;) This is not a traditional recipe but I'm sure anyone will love this different taste! So what are you waiting for? Wear your chef hat and get creative ;)
Ingredients for the dough
  • 1 cup All-purpose flour
  • 1/4 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 cup lukewarm water 
Directions 
  1. Mix all the ingredients and kneed the dough till soft and non-sticky. 
  2. Cover and  keep aside for at least half an hour. 
  3. Before rolling out, prepare the 'filling' as explained below. 
Ingredients for the filling
  • 1 cup Coconut flakes
  • 1/4 cup Raisins
  • 1/2 cup Brown sugar
  • 1/4 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 1/4 tsp Nutmeg powder
  • 1/4 tsp Cardamom powder
Directions
  1. Mix everything and keep aside.
  2. Roll out the prepared dough for momo in small circles & place the filling inside. Close it by folding and pinching the dough to the top. 
  3. Lay the momos without touching each other in a greased steamer.
  4. Steam for at-least 10 minutes and then serve hot !

29 comments:

faseela said...

It sounds really yummy n innovative.

Julie said...

kids will surely love this,yummy & cute momos:-)

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Shobha said...

Definitely a treat for sweet lovers..

Kanan Patel said...

momos looks delicious

Priya said...

Those momos makes me drool.. Beautifully done.

Shabbu said...

Yummy recipe...first time here,nice blog...
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Hema said...

I've never tasted this, except we make something like this with rice flour, these look delicious..

Vikis Kitchen said...

Momo looks so cute dear. I make something similar called kolukkattai with rice flour. Beautiful creation!

Lavanya said...

I always loved momos but this sweet momos are even more tasty as they sound :)
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Yummy , Looks delicious

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Akila said...

Very yummy...

radha said...

Yum! Delicious. All those nuts and raisins!

Roshu said...

Mouth watering here.......delicious.....very innovative

Tina said...

Lovely and yummy momos..

cookingvarieties said...

hi Tina, i kind of like your fillings..interesting mix of sweets and spicy ..the cinnamon will make it aromatic too huh..great innovation. have a nice day

PT said...

yippeee... delicious momos.. will surely try this..
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Reshmi said...

they look so cute.. nice flavours. always wanted to try momos.. saving this recipe
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Suja Manoj said...

Great treat,cute and yum.

Only Fish Recipes said...

wow...the momos look so delicious ...loved the sweet filling you have used :-)

Subhie Arun said...

tempting and yummy...frst time to ur space..glad to follow u!¬

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Sobha Shyam said...

nice idea of a sweet version of momos, looks yum :)

Jay said...

this is just awesome..love it
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Deeps @ Naughty Curry said...

thats new to me, i have only tasted spicy ones...looks great!

Ambreen said...

Sounds interesting, looks fantastic!

Katerina said...

I have never heard of momos but they sure look delicious!

Executiva de Panela said...

Definetely yummy!

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Heidi said...

It looks so very delicious...Enjoy your weekend!

Shri said...

I have not succeeded in making them well... these look perfect!

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