A favourite combination among Mongolia’s nomads: urum, or cow’s cream, with boortsog, delicious nuggets of sweetened fried dough. A favourite combination among Mongolia’s nomads: urum, or cow’s cream, with boortsog, delicious nuggets of sweetened fried dough.
A favourite combination among Mongolia’s nomads: urum, or cow’s cream, with boortsog, delicious nuggets of sweetened fried dough.
Food and Drinks

Mongolia for foodies: gamy lamb, air-dried yak and camel, curdled milk, and dumplings galore

  • Mongolia’s weather defines its food like few other destinations, with meals heavy in meat and dairy products and full of unique flavours
  • Visitors can arrange to stay in tents next to families and dine with them

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A favourite combination among Mongolia’s nomads: urum, or cow’s cream, with boortsog, delicious nuggets of sweetened fried dough. A favourite combination among Mongolia’s nomads: urum, or cow’s cream, with boortsog, delicious nuggets of sweetened fried dough.
A favourite combination among Mongolia’s nomads: urum, or cow’s cream, with boortsog, delicious nuggets of sweetened fried dough.
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