Tag Archives: Mongolia
This post is translated from an article I wrote on MISO SOUP IN THE WORLD > 世界新聞. Miso is becoming broadly famous especially served as miso-soup. What would happen if Mongolian people who have very different food culture from Japanese eat miso soup?! I have been traveling the world since June 2013. The purpose of […]
When we were invited a Mongolian couple to their apartment for lunch, we witnessed how they cooked. They store a huge chunk of lam meat home and, wow they cut them into pieces and just boil with noodle and that’s pretty much it! You will love it if you are a lam-lover.
This became our first time making miso soup for someone on the trip. They are from France and were our roommates at a guesthouse we stayed in Ulan Bator. I knew they were going to like it because they told me that they even went to a Japanese restaurant after arriving at Ulan Bator. Yes, […]
This happened to be the first time and the last time to eat out in Inner Mongolia for us. The lam meat smelt nice and strong, the spice was perfectly merged into the meat and soup. At the end it created very mild taste although it is spicy. The meal costed almost the same price […]
The very first thing we, as backpackers, try to do is to find out what’s fun and interesting about the places we stop by. The second thing that comes up in our mind is this question, “Is it affordable?”. So here is our case. We decided to go to Mongolia because what’s out there seemed […]