Cheese from Inner Mongolia

  Traditional Mongolian food is found throughout Inner Mongolia. This is typically high in dairy produce such as milk, yoghurt and cheese. The traditional Mongolian milk tea is exceptionally good. Meats, especially lamb, form most meals. The meat is usually roasted with a coating of spices to give a strong distinctive flavour. Similar with many areas of China, the Hotpot is a popular style of cooking. Mongolian hotpot usually has a well flavoured soup but without the hot spices of central China.

  Cheese,Cheese,Cheese! 🙂

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8 Responses to Cheese from Inner Mongolia

  1. Mike Elliott says:

    I just wanted to say thanks for visiting my blog The Micks Grill.

  2. Jessica says:

    Hmm.. that looks really yummy! I tried Mongolian hot pot in Vancouver the other day.. needless to say it was delicious! I love the hot spices they add in their soup base.. or maybe that’s just the chefs since I’m not sure about cultural foods in the Mongolian culture.

  3. Jesse says:

    yum! i had some great goat cheese in dali, yunnan once. thanks for stopping by my fresh site. were you at the prom?

  4. samluvu says:

    It looks tasty.And do you like Chinese hotpot?lol

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