Mongolia By: Emily Carter, Kaci Baker, & Kenzie Cossey
Mongolian Beef 1 pound flank steak, cut into thin strips ¼ cup soy sauce 1/4 cup cilantro, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tablespoon hoisin sauce 1 tablespoon sesame oil 2 teaspoons sugar 2 teaspoons peanut oil for stir frying 4 cups of cooked white rice
Fried Or Steamed Mongolian Booz “Mongols National Meal” Ingredients: Dough: Water Flour Salt Filling:Minced Beef Or Mutton Up: Assorted Booz Left: Steamed Booz Right: Fried Booz
Mongolian Milk Tea Left: Woman making large pot of milk tea Below: Bowl of pure liquid milk tea Milk tea is drunk with almost every meal. Sometimes milk tea is more like a soup, and it has bits of dough or rice in it. Left: Instant Milk Tea, not as good but a good substitute
Cultural Dress Right: Men’s Traditional Dress Traditional Mongolian Boots Left: Woman's Traditional Dress Hats Both Functional and Fashionable. Often hats were adorned with velvet, silk, tassels, baubles, and precious gems. Fun Fact: Queen Amadala’s wardrobe was directly influenced from Mongolian women.
Genghis Khan Reign: 1206-1227 Born: 1162 Died:1227 Age: 65 Successor: His son Ögedei Khan Founder of the Mongolian Empire
Mongolian Music/Sports Horse Head Fiddle Khoomi Singing (Throat Singing) Bukh= Mongolian Wrestling Main sport in Mongolia