[Sca-cooks] Any period Mongolian recipes out there?
phlip at 99main.com
Fri Aug 24 07:33:04 PDT 2007
Dear, I think you're asking for the impossible. As I read you, you're
asking for either Mongolian food that isn't Mongolian, or
non-Mongolian food that is Mongolian.
If you read more, you'll discover that early period Mongolians didn't
do rice and noodles until they started conquering China. Once they did
conquer much of China (and other places) they started to adopt the
foods of their conquered nations, so Soup for the Qan is very
appropriate for later period Mongols.
Early Mongols were steppe people, and other than by conquest, their
diet consisted of mainly found foods and the products of their herds.
It was only later that grains and flours became part of their diet.
If you want Mongolian noodles and/or rice, you need to look at Soup for the Qan.
On 8/24/07, KristiWhyKelly at aol.com <KristiWhyKelly at aol.com> wrote:
> No, I'm looking for Mongolian recipes.
> And the request was for rice or noodle dish. And I was told by the
> requestor that _Soup_ was not a proper source for Mongolian dishes. So, if I can
> find another period source I would be greatful.
> In a message dated 8/24/2007 7:20:08 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> adamantius1 at verizon.net writes:
> I'm a little confused between your subject line and the actual
> question... am I right in thinking you're looking for non-Mongolian
> Asian dishes? If so, "A Soup for the Qan" might easily apply to much
> of Yuan Dynasty China (probably not the far south or east, places now
> known as, say Quangdong or Shanghai, but then China is a big place).
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