Momos, a dim sum-like dish that began to take hold in India in the 1950s, is the subject of protests in troubled Indian border states such as Jammu and Kashmir. Handout photo

Tandoori momo: how Tibetan refugees reshaped Indian cuisine

Influenced by Chinese dim sum, the popular snack has proved controversial of late, with one legislator branding it a Chinese threat to Indian culture – and saying it’s more dangerous than alcohol or drugs

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Momos, a dim sum-like dish that began to take hold in India in the 1950s, is the subject of protests in troubled Indian border states such as Jammu and Kashmir. Handout photo
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