HOI Momo Sauces - Classic Green & Original Hot Reviewed (2024)
HOI Momos Sauce Review

We Tried Two Types Of Momo Sauces By HOI. Here’s What We Liked! (2024)

Here’s our verdict of the HOI momo sauces. Should you try it?

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4 / 5


We reviewed two variants of momo sauces by Hoi. Our preference leans towards the Original Hot variant, which boasts a harmonious blend of spiciness and freshness. The ratings are for the same.

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Momo sauces, typically, are meant to be fiery and tingle your taste buds. We recently tested two types of momo sauces by HOI – Classic Green and Original Hot. 

The HOI Momos Sauce review highlights its flavor, consistency, and convenience. For more details, continue reading our review.

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Our Review Factors

We have set the following review factors for HOI Momo Sauces review: 

1. Taste

Two aspects were kept in mind: Spice levels and overall flavor profile.

Momo sauces are supposed to be spicy and leave a tingling sensation as you eat it. Do these momo sauces by HOI deliver the same? 

Both red chilli and green chilli have very distinct flavor profiles. How well do they shine in the sauce? In addition, we also scanned the other ingredients used and how they impact the overall flavor of the sauce.

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2. Texture

We checked the texture and consistency of the sauces. Are they thick and chunky, or do they have a smoother, more dippable consistency? 

3. Supplementary Factors 

Furthermore, we documented information on the cost, packaging, shelf life, and primary ingredients used, in addition to the points mentioned earlier.

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HOI Momo Sauces – Detailed Review

For our review of both the variants, we first tasted the sauces as is and also with some steamed momos. 

The detailed review section explores our experience with both variants:

HOI Momos Sauces variants tried
The two momo sauces variants we tried.

1. Original Hot

Product Highlights 

This comes packed in a plastic bottle. A 250 gm bottle is priced at Rs. 85. It has 18 months of shelf life. 

The main ingredients seen here are : Water, Sugar, Chilli, Salt, Garlic, Tomato, Ginger, Starch, Sesame Seed, Sunflower Oil, Flavour Enhancer (INS & INS 621), Acidity Regulator (INS 260), Stabilizer (INS 14221, Thickener INS 415), Pepper, Preservative (INS 211 & INS 202), Antioxidant INS 320), and Natural & Nature Identical Flavoring Substances.

HOI Momos Sauce Review Original Hot
The Original Hot Momo Sauce packaging.

Our Experience 

This is a red colored momo sauce where we could spot multiple specs of red chilli seeds. 

Its consistency is similar to that of a typical dipping sauce. There were no chunks found whatsoever. It will work well as a dip with a variety of snacks including samosa, momos, spring rolls and other appetizers. 

All in all, this momo sauce has a good amount of spice and is well-seasoned. With hints of garlic in the background, this tastes fresh and has a strong red chili flavor.

Taste - 4/5
Texture -4/5
  • Prominent spicy flavor. 
  • Well seasoned. 
  • Fresh taste.

This momo sauce will pair well with momos, samosa, spring rolls, fries, on top of the noodles as well as other frozen snacks.

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2. Classic Green

Product Highlights 

This comes in a plastic bottle packaging. The price of a 250 gm quantity is Rs. 85. It has 18 months of shelf life. 

The key ingredients are : Water, Onion, Sugar, Chilli, Salt, Starch, Garlic, Sesame Seed, Acidity Regulator (INS 260), Stabilizer (INS 1422), Flavour Enhancer (INS 621 & INS 469), Coriander, Thickener WE Preservative (INS 211 & INS 202), and Antioxidant (INS 320 Natural & Nature Identical flavoring Substances.

HOI Momos Sauce Review Classic Green
The Classic Green Momo sauce packaging.
closer look at both the variants
Macro shot of our review process.

Our Experience 

This is a green colored sauce with a dippable consistency. However, compared to the other variant this was slightly gloopy. 

The prominent presence of green chili is not as robust as we would have liked. We have definitely tasted better green chilli sauces in our reviews before. 

While the spice levels are medium, the overall experience is somewhat marred by the absence of the desired freshness. Having said that, the seasoning is well-balanced.

Taste - 3/5
Texture - 3/5
  • Well-balanced seasoning. 
  • Ready to use.
  • Lacks freshness. 
  • The punch of chilli is mild.

If you are looking for a medium spicy green sauce, this could be an ideal option to consider.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some interesting FAQs on HOI Momo Sauces Review :

These momo sauces by HOI have a shelf life of 18 months.

While the Original Hot sauce is spicy, the Classic Green variant has medium spiciness.

The white sauce commonly served with momos is mayonnaise.

Yes, these can be consumed by vegetarians.

There are several pre-packaged sauces available in the market that are specifically designed for pairing with momos. To name a few we have – red chilli sauce, soy sauce, and schezwan chutney.

Final Words

We’ve got the final verdict on HOI’s Momo Sauces!

While both variants are expertly seasoned, the Original Hot sauce nails the expected spiciness you’d want in a classic momo sauce. However, the overall experience with the Classic Green variant falls a bit short because it seems to lack the freshness and spiciness we were hoping for.

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