All purpose flour(maida)-2 cups
Salt to taste
Water- As needed
Minced chicken-1 cup(or you can use 4-5 pieces of chicken breast,I used chicken breast pieces coz chicken breast are more soft than minced chicken)
Finely chopped Onion-2 tbsp
Finely chopped ginger-1 tbsp
Finely chopped garlic-1 tbsp
Finely chopped green chili-1 tbsp(if you need more spicy then add more green chili)
Chili sauce-1/2 tsp(or to taste)
Soy sauce-2 tsp
Black pepper powder-1/4 tsp
Salt to taste
1-Mix flour,oil and salt in a bowl and add water to make a semi hard dough.Cover and keep aside for at least 30-35 minutes.
2-For stuffing,add all the stuffing ingredients in a mixing bowl.Grind well,adjust for seasoning with salt and pepper.If you use minced chicken then only mix all the stuffing ingredients.
3--Divide the dough into equal sized balls and roll into very thin circles(just like poori) with some dry flour on your rolling board to make a momo wrapper.
4-Put some water around the sides of wraps.So that it will stick together.Then hold wrapper on one palm,put 1 tbsp of the stuffing in the center and the other hand bring all edges together to the center,making the pleats.Pinch and twist(just like modok) the pleats to ensure the absolute closure of the stuffed dumpling.
5-Heat up a steamer,oil the steamer surface well,so they won't stick,then arrange all the momos without touching each other.
6-Steam the momos about 20-25 minutes and serve hot with momo(tomato-garlic) chutney.
(If you do not have a steamer,then take a big pan with a tight lid.Arrange the momos in a steel plate.
Put about 2 cups water in the pan. Place a steel bowl in the pan and put the plate of momos on it.
Cover the lid and steam for about 12 minutes on medium flame.Even you can follow the same inside a rice cooker steamer or pressure cooker)