beef, onions, flour, garlic, salt, pepper
Khuushur is a Mongolian dish made of beef, onion, flour, garlic, salt, and pepper. It is a meat pastry or dumpling popular in Mongolia. The meat is ground up and mixed with onion, salt, and other spices. Then stuffing is added to the pocket of dough then fried and served fresh.
Modified June 26, 2020
Created June 25, 2020 by: atasneem
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