After Pani Puri, now West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee tried her hands at preparing Tibetan snack Momos in Darjeeling.
In the video shared by Trinamool Youth Congress member Dipankar Kumar Das, Banerjee can be seen sitting in a small kitchen of a local momo seller and making the savoury dumplings from scratch. She flattens the soft dough and adds fillings to it before sealing it.
She also can be seen interacting with the woman while making the snack.
This is not the first time the West Bengal chief minister was seen trying her hands at making a local snack.
Shortly after attending the swearing-in ceremony of newly elected members of Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA), Banerjee was seen serving the 'Pani Puri' also known as 'Phuchka' to children and tourists.
In 2019, the chief minister had stopped at a tea stall, made fresh, steaming cups of tea, and served them to locals, before returning to Kolkata from the seaside town of Digha.
Banerjee is on a three-day visit to Darjeeling to attend the oath-taking ceremony of 45 newly elected members of the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA).