Mongolian Barbecue is a restaurant style of stir frying meats and vegetables over a large, round, solid iron griddle. Originally from Taiwan and not a cuisine from Mongolia. It is called barbecue even when it’s not cooked in direct fire. (Source).
Recently, it has added some Japz to its Menu and below is a sample of its Agadashi Tofu, a Japanese way of serving hot tofu dusted with potato or corn starch, deep fried until golden brown, served with hot broth and topped with finely chopped spring onion, (Source):
And what’s a good meal without an equally good dessert? 🙂
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