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Nogootoi shol - A soup with meat and vegetables. Great for cold weather.

Nogootoi shol - A soup with meat and vegetables. Great for cold weather.

Mongolian Khuushuur -- fried "meat pies"

Home made Mongolian khuushuur. The simplest form of Huushuur is made of a pastry filled with seasoned mince meat and cooked in a pan with shallow oil. It is similar to Chiburekki, which is widely eaten around Russia, Turkey and Uzbekistan.

Khuushuur - is a kind of fried meat dumpling, filled with either grounded up beef or mutton, mixed with onion (or garlic), salt and other spices.

Khuushuur - is a kind of fried meat dumpling, filled with either grounded up beef or mutton, mixed with onion (or garlic), salt and other spices.

Gesunde Lebkuchenplätzchen mit Haselnüssen

Gesunde Lebkuchenplätzchen

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Aaruul (Aaruul is made by yogurt, which comes from the milk.

Yaks and Yurts: An Introduction to Mongolian Food - Culture Trip. The combination of vast barren plains and a largely nomadic way of life in Mongolia has contributed to a unique culinary tradition. It is based largely on meat and milk, and designed to aid survival and travel in the harsh steppes. More: http://theculturetrip.com/asia/mongolia/articles/yaks-and-yurts-an-introduction-to-mongolian-food/

An Introduction To Mongolian Food, From Yaks To Yurts

Khorkhog (Mongolian: Xopxoг) is a barbecue dish in Mongolian cuisine. Khorkhog is made by cooking pieces of meat inside a container which also contains hot stones and water, and is often also heated from the outside.

Piroshky filled with meat, they are a #1 Russian food treat.

Savory Piroshky

MONGOLIAN traditional mutton-stuffed dumplings.

Buuz - a type of Mongolian steamed dumpling filled with minced mutton or beef, which is flavored with onion or garlic and salted. Mashed potato, cabbage, or rice may be added as well. Read Recipe by TTRMongolia

Banshtai Tsai (cooked meat dumplings in mongolian tea) - dont be fooled, it is a nutritious soup :)

Banshtai Tsai (cooked meat dumplings in mongolian tea) - dont be fooled, it is a nutritious soup :)

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