Khuushuur and buuz
A Mongolian khuushuur is a type of fried meat pastry in Western countries. Sliced beef on a small amount of dough, fried in oil. Meat is usually prepared and seasoned with salts and onions, sometimes even garlic. In addition, potatoes, carrots and cabbage can be used but are not common. (Caution on vegetarians : Khuushuur only made with vegetables tastes just like khuushuur with mutton.
Buuz is Mongolian traditional dish. Minced meat is placed inside a small pocket of dough which is folded around the meat with a small opening at the top and steamed. It is an honorary dish which is often served on the table during the Tsagaan Sar.