Momo refers to steamed meat-filled dumplings from Sikkim. Momos are made of minced meat as filling and cooked by steaming or boiling. The dumplings which are usually made from wheat flour, may be filled with other ingredients like, spinach or potatoes and cheese. Sikkim is located in East India. Momo is also called Moma or Momos in Sikkim. Momo also refers to the Nepalese meat dumplings, a dish that is native to the Himalayas of Nepal. Momo is usually made from the meat of lamb, turkey or chicken. However, the best meat to use making Momo is the water buffalo meat Momo is also called in Nepal Momo-Cha, Momocha, or Momo Cha.

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