Milk doufu, or “huruda” in Mongolian, is a kind of milk product rather than doufu, but it does look like doufu.
Stir-fried millet, or "Horisenbada" in Mongolian, is a favorite food among the people of Inner Mongolia.
Yangbeizi (mutton chunks cooked in a special way), is usually served on three occasions in Inner Mongolia: in banquets, as a gift, or as a tribute.
Beizi is a kind of local specialty and looks like a pancake but bigger and thicker and can be round, square, triangular or rectangular.
Milk tea is a traditional Mongolian hot drink. The fresh milk is added to boiled black tea and stirred together.
Oats are a low-yield crop with short growth period and are saline-alkaline and cold resistant.
Shao-mai (steamed dumplings) is a traditional snack that has been popular in Beijing since the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
Braised noodles are popular in Shanxi, Shaanxi, Hebei, and Henan provinces and Inner Mongolia autonomous region and are made of flour, with green beans and meat served on the side.
Roast whole lamb is traditionally offered for special guests and often appears only for grand occasions.