Mongolian Hot Pot Huushuurs are hearty little meat and vegetable stuffed pastries that have been eaten by the nomads of Mongolia for centuries. Taditionally they used very fatty lamb meat and wild leeks, but you can use leaner lamb and either green onions or farm-raised leeks and still make an awesome batch of Mongolian Hot Pot Huushuurs.
Mongolian Khorkhog is perhaps the most exciting and unique of mongolian dishes, and one of the tastiest ones. Lamb meat is steam cooked with vegetables with the help of heated stones. Traditionally Mongolians would cook their Khorkhog, if preparing a large one, in a metal milk container. For our purposes here, you can use a large, deep and sturdy cooking pot with a tight fitting lid.
Mongolian Khorkhog Traditional Recipe-
Zimbabwean Bota Une Dovi (Porridge with Peanut Butter) is an immensely popular breakfast dish in this African country. You can eat it plain, or many people (including myself) like to top it with some slices of fresh fruits.