Anupam Kher Enjoys This Popular Tibetan Dish In Nepal; Guess What Is It

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Anupam Kher has jumped onto the travel van again! He recently came back to India after a long tour across the United States of America, wrapping up the shooting of his upcoming movie ‘Shiv Shastri Balbao’. Now, he is travelling to another country; however, this time he decided to stay within the Indian Subcontinent! Guess where is he? He is in Nepal and is indulging in delicious Tibetan . The 66-year-old actor keeps his 4.5 million Instagram followers updated about his recent travels through a series of Instagram videos. In his recent videos, we can see two plates full of steaming hot accompanied by a bowl of piping hot clear soup and some chutney. Take a look:

Also Read: 5 Types Of Momos You Can Easily Make At Home

While momos are synonymous with Delhi , many people don’t know that they were founded by the Newars of the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. These delectable steam dumplings have become an all-time favourite of Indians and we have accepted it with love in our cuisine. Indians usually eat momos with a spicy hot red chutney, but in Anupam Kher’s video, we see them enjoy momos in Nepalese style. In Kathmandu valley, the traditional way of serving momos is with a watery soup/broth called jhol and achar which has the consistency of chutney.

If looking at Anupam Kher’s Instagram story has made you hungry for some momos, then we have a fun and yummy idea for you. Why not make momos at home? For making momos, you’ll need to make the filling of your choice, vegetarian or non-vegetarian, and then use a maida based dough to make the dumplings.

Click here for the step-by-step recipe of .

Click here for the step-by-step recipe of .

If you are a fan of momos, then do tell us in the comments section which one do you prefer – veg momos or momos?


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