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Ragi Momos With Chutney

Creamy Miso Mushroom Pasta

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What better to have your favourite dish that is healthy, nutritious, protein-rich, filling, vegan, gluten free and gut friendly too using the ancient super grain, Ragi (finger millet).

Ragi is rich in calcium, has a high fiber content and because of its low glycemic index, it helps reduce food cravings and slows down absorption of carbohydrates, which is very helpful in regulating blood sugar levels for diabetics and pre-diabetics.

There are 3 main components for making momos, 1. the circular sheet, 2. the filling, and 3. the famous momo chutney.

Prep. time            Cook time                   Serves 

20-30 Mins.            40 Mins.                  4 Adults



  • For Ragi flour, you can take Sorghum or Pearl millet flour, Sorghum (Jowar), Pearl millet (Bajra) – 50gms
  • Salt – as per taste
  • Pepper – as per taste
  • Chilli flakes – as per taste
  • Water – 1 cup
  • Olive oil – 1 tsp

For momo filling:

  • Grated vegetables (capsicum, cabbage, ginger, carrot, cauliflower) – ½ cup each
  • Crushed garlic

For chutney:

  • Tomatoes
  • Mint leaves
  • Coriander leaves
  • Peanut completely shelled (optional)
  • Chilli (optional)


  • To make this dish, start by heating some olive oil in a pan. Then, add in all of the veggies and saute them until they’re cooked through. Don’t forget to add the chilli flakes, salt, and pepper to taste!
  • For the dough follow the 1:1 ratio of water and Ragi flour.
  • Start by adding water to a pan and adding a teaspoon of olive oil and a pinch of salt. Then, let the water come to a boil.
  • Add Ragi flour or any other gluten-free flour to the boiling water and keep whisking until it’s fully combined.
  • Once the water is absorbed, knead the dough a little with your hands to make it pliable. Then, take small balls of dough and press them down to form flat discs.
  • Fill the dough with the prepared vegetable mixture and put it in a momo steamer.
  • Steam for 5-7 mins.

For chutney:

  • Roast some tomatoes and add them into a blender with mint, coriander leaves and peanuts, as well as salt to taste.
  • Blend the ingredients and pour the mixture into a bowl.
  • Add chilli to taste (optional).
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