Momos are eaten all-round the year in Nepal, especially during the winter, and this dumpling recipe has a spicy vegetable cheese filling.
Sathya Sai Baba says…
“Health is the greatest blessing. Without it, man cannot do even the lightest work. Health is an indispensable requisite for progress in material, moral, political, economic, artistic and spiritual fields of life. Food habits are of primary importance when health has to be secured and maintained. When these are not regulated, health suffers. ‘No restraint, no success’ is the axiom. Restraint, controls, limits have to be observed at every step. One should restrain the wild adventures of the tongue.
Among the eight million four hundred thousand species of living beings, all except humans live on food as provided by Mother Nature. Man alone strives to make such food more palatable, more attractive to the senses of sight, touch and smell by boiling, frying and freezing and mixing, grinding and soaking. The consequence of this greed is ill-health and debility.
One should realise that food materials, as offered by nature, are really more beneficial. When heat is applied, they lose the vitality yielding components and cannot comer strength and efficiency. The person ages fast and loses the sprightliness of youth. Catering to the cravings of the tongue and swallowing heavy foods three or four times a day can only add to the heap. Regular and limited intakes alone can enable a person to discharge one’s duties.”