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Mongolian Hotpot – Horhog

Mongolian hotpot can be made from either mutton or goat meat. Firstly, the meat is cut into pieces. Secondly, a little water is poured into a special metal container into which the meat, heated stone, salt, vegetables like potato, beat, and onion, and their spices. The container is neatly covered with its lid and put on fire. It is ready after 1.5-2 hours.
Barbecue and hotpot are offered to special, honored guests. After the barbecue and hotpot are cooked, it is a tradition to hold the hot stone in hands and drink the soup and it is said to relieve the stress. The stone used in barbeque and hotpot is usually oval-shaped stone of fine, dense fibre which is refractory.It is found in riverbanks and gullies. Barbeque and hotpot are offered to special, honored guests. After the barbeque and hotpot are cooked, it is a tradition to hold the hot stone in hands and drink the soup and it is said to relieve the stress.Mongolian HotpotMongolian hotpot can be made from either mutton or goat meat. Firstly, the meat is cut into pieces. Secondly, a little water is poured into a special metal container into which the meat, heated stone, salt, vegetables like potato, beat, and onion, and ther spices. The container is neatly covered with its lid and put on fire. It is ready after 1.5-2 hours.The stone used in barbeque and hotpot is usually oval-shaped stone of fine, dense fibre which is refractory. It is found in riverbanks and gullies. Barbeque and hotpot are offered to special, honored guests. After the barbeque and hotpot are cooked, it is a tradition to hold the hot stone in hands and drink the soup and it is said to relieve the stress.

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