Mongolian cuisine can be found in China's Mongol Autonomous Region of Inner Mongolia and in other northern Chinese provinces, as far east as Beijing. In fact the Mongolian hot pot is a popular Beijing food. The Mongolian people have traditionally been pastoralists, and their cuisine reflects this with many tasty lamb/mutton dishes. Game and river fish also form part of their traditional diet.
|Hand-Stripped Mutton||shǒu bā yángròu||Shoh baa yang-roh||手扒羊肉|
|Instant-Boiled Mutton||shuài yángròu||Shweye yang-roh||涮羊肉|
|Whole Sheep Banquet||zhěng yáng xí||Jnng yang sshee||整羊席|
|Roast Deer Nose||shāo hǎn bí||Shaoww han bee||烧罕鼻|
|Crucian Carp Stuffed with Pork in Soup||jìyú tāng||Jee-yoo tung||鲫鱼汤|
|Whole Fish Feast||quán yú yàn||Chwen yoo yen||全鱼宴|
|Pearl Carp||zhēnzhū lǐyú||Jnn-joo lee-yoo||珍珠鲤鱼|