How To Make Momos Chutney In 3 Simple Steps

How To Make Momos Chutney In 3 Simple Steps

freshplate January 7, 2023



Your search for “How to make momos chutney” comes to an end. In this short article, we will teach you how to make momos chutney in 5 simple steps! The recipe will be an all-in-one chutney, as you can enjoy it not only with momos  but also with nachos, samosas, pakoras, and all the other snacks you can think of. 


Momos And Chutney

If you ask an average Indian about what should we grab for a quick evening snack, you are most likely going to hear ‘momos khatey hain’! Originating from the Tibetan region, the snack has taken over the Indian street food market like and how. The entire “momo eating binge” is incomplete without the tangy and spicy Momos Chutney, also known as Momo Sauce.

Should we jumo onto the recipe for how to make momos chutney  then? We think YES 😛

About This Recipe

The type of red chilies you use in this recipe will determine the vibrant red colour of your momos chutney, resulting in a change of  taste and flavour. Red chilies from Kashmir or Byadgi are the two most popular varieties you can use for this chutney. However, north east India uses Naga Viper Pepper- hottest chillies you can get! We suggest using red chilies that are mildly hot. Again, to achieve the ideal level of fierceness for your palate, you can use spicier ones in less or more quantity.




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3 Step Guide –

How to make Momos Chutney

Step 1

Heat 3 cups of water in a pan and bring it to boil. When the water comes to a boil, add fresh tomatoes and finely chopped dried red chilies to the boiling water.

Cook the ingredients for a total of 8 to 9 minutes. You’ll notice that the tomato peeling has detached, cracked, and reduced.


Step 2

After cooking tomatoes and dried red chilies, the water should be properly drained using a strainer. The tomatoes and dried red chilies should then be allowed to cool at room temperature.

Peel the skin of the tomatoes when they are warm or cooled off. The tomatoes should then be roughly chopped and transferred  in the blender jar. Add 1 teaspoon of minced garlic, 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper, and 1/2 teaspoon each of sugar and salt.


Step 3

Blend the mixture without adding water to a fine and smooth consistency. After blending, you can strain the chutney if you prefer.

Remove the Momos Chutney in a bowl and serve with momos. You can even refrigerate the chutney and it stays good for about 1 to 2 days.

Serving Suggestions

Congrats! You learnt how to make Momos Chutney in 3 easy Steps

This Momo Sauce would pair wonderfully with  momos, pakoda, tikki or patties and even dosa, appam and idli. Or make spicy sandwiches, wraps and rolls with it.

Expert Tips

Add more red chiles. Deseed the chiles and adjust the number if you can’t manage a lot of heat or are making the chutney for children.



This chutney lasts for about one to two days in the refrigerator.

You can have this chutney with tikka or patties, pakoda, fritter, dosa, appam, stuffed parathas or idli. This chutney also serves as a great spread for sandwiches, rolls, burgers and frankies.

No, you can choose to not add it.

Yes, they can be.


Did You Know?

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