For dough :
- 300 g of flour
- 1 glass of water
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
For the farce :
- 2 teaspoons of sesame seeds
- 3 tablespoons of brown sugar
- 5 tablespoons of grapeseed oil
- 3 tablespoons of flour
Heat oil in a skillet over high heat, when the oil is hot, reduce heat and add sugar and mix until it becomes a paste. Add the sesame seeds and stir a few minutes before adding the flour. Mix and cook without burning. Remove from heat and let stand at least 10 minutes.
Mix the dough ingredients and knead well and cover with cellophane then let stand at least 20 minutes.
Make small balls of dough and flatten it thinly, and put a lot of stuffing. Then fold the momos by pinching the edges to give a boat-shaped.
Place the momos on baking paper and cook in steam for 10 minutes.
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