3Novices:Tandoori momo: how Tibetan refugees reshaped Indian cuisine

If you were going to protest against a dumpling, would you burn it in effigy or steam it in a tandoor?
Ramesh Arora, a legislator from India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), didn’t take the time to ask. Instead, he opted to lead a protest in Jammu against the humble momo – a dim sum-like snack popular across India that he says is “more dangerous than alcohol or psychotropic drugs”.
WATCH: Indians protest against the ‘Chinese momo’

Arora claims…
July 09, 2017 at 11:00AM
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