Friday, August 13, 2010

FTF: Mongolian Barbecue

Have you ever had Mongolian bbq before? Mongolian barbecue is a stir fried dish that was developed in Taiwanese restaurants in the 1970s. Meat and vegetables are cooked in large, round, solid iron griddles at temperatures of up to 300°C (572°F). Despite its name, the cuisine is not Mongolian, and is only very loosely related to barbecue.
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Here's how it's being prepared... diners choose various ingredients from a buffet of thinly sliced raw meats (beef, pork, lamb, turkey, chicken, shrimp) and vegetables (cabbage, tofu, sliced onion, cilantro, broccoli, and mushrooms) and assemble them in a large bowl or on a plate. These ingredients are given to the griddle operator who adds the diner's choice of sauce and transfers them to one section of the hot griddle. Oil and sometimes water may be added to ease cooking, and the ingredients are stirred occasionally.

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20 diner's comment:

CaptainRunner said...

It looks like KFC's Kung Pao Chicken :)

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chubskulit said...

That'sone of the menu that John missed about being in Guam, he used to eat that in there. Sarap!

vivapinay said...

yum yum yum.. mao na ra akong masulti..

Lina Gustina said...

I've never tried this. It looks like fried noodle :)

*josie* said...

peanut ba yun? favorite hehehehe....

MinnieRunner said...

Sis, fave ko 'yan :) Basta pasta, he he he

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Naging fad na din dito yan sa Pinas. Mahilig ang boss ko nuong kumain nang Korean Mongolian barbecues na ikaw ang mamimili nang ingredients at lulutuin nila para sa iyo. It's a great dish really. Tapos nauso naman yung shabu shabu na ikaw rin ang mamimili nang ingredients mo at iluluto sa harapan nang mesa mo. Chinese yata yun. Ang favorite ko ay Chinese, Spanish at native dishes lalo na yung mga seafoods. Ano ba yan, nagugutom na naman ako, puro pagkain kasi ang topic dito, lol. Thanks for the yummy post. God bless you all always.

Carmen Araneta said...

I love Mongolian barbecue. We have Mongolian barbecue restaurants eat-all-you-can here in Manila. Me, I put little rice together with everything else into the bowl so it becomes a complete meal.

eden said...

Hmmm yummmy.. paborito sad kaayo ni ni hubby.

Zezebel said...

I never try this. Do you have the recipe and how to cook them? This will be nice for my raya cooking. Ehehehe...

Anne said...

agoy agoy nagutom ko ug samot sis... lamia jud ani.. Abi nimo whille blogging ang akong huna huna food... magluto ko noodles ni Mr. Lee nya samot kita ko ani na wana gutom na jud...

kat said...

mura man sa chowking na pancit cantoon...abi nako pancit cantoon gi bbq waaaa....or ang lasa ana bbq...whatever basta looks yummy man sya hehehe

Ryan said...

Looks delicious but how on earth did it get it's name if it's not bbq'd or mongolian?

Vernz said...

lami.. sa nawong palang ... ahihi....

agi ko dhemz... Table for Five

Noel said...

Looks yummy!

Gee said...

Darn! Passing by this blog makes me HUNGRY!!!! LOL! :)

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*♥Shydub♥* said...

yay this is sumtious bayot. adgi sa ko ha ky marathon nasd ko

S-H-Y said...

Murag lami lage ni kau, nilaag ang buntis diri basin naa matripan na food hahaha..musta na nyora??

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Happiness said...

This is very delicious dhemz. As far as I can remember I never had a mongolian bbq but I had eaten something similar to this before.