sooooo…we have arrived in Mongolia!
is that you learn a lot…..
get to know new bloggers,
and appreciate meeting bloggers you already know! )
actually I don’t know much (anything??) about Mongolia…
I imagine it is cold and that the snow lasts a long time.
so here you have brii in Costabella (Garda Lake),
at 1850 s.l.m. last Saturday.
does it look snowy mongolian enough? ))
I guess not…but I had a lot of fun!
well the only thing I know about Mongolia is (of course) Chinngis Khan…
and is this web site..together with other very interessting things about
Mongolia and the mongols…I found out that his real name, was Temujin!
here you can find other curiosities
hm, to make a Mongolian dish that didn’t included goat or sheep, was tought to find.
but in an Italian web site..I found something not to difficult to do.
1 tbsp of Assam tè
500gr of water
20gr of butter
30gr of flour
250gr of milk
40gr of boild rice
put the tea leaves in a pot and pour cold fresh water over them, let slowly boil up.
then lower the heat and let simmer for 10min.
in the mean while, prepare a thick bechamel sauce with 15gr of butter mixed with flour.
let cook while whisking all the time, until it has a ligt brown colour, then add the milk mixing all the time, let thicknen.
add the cold rice in the bechamel, together with the rest of the butter.
pour over the filtered tea and mix.
adjust with salt, if you use it.
well…it is not bad..it is different..
I try to add sugar instead of salt in half of it..and I must say I prefer it sweeter.
see you next week in Indonesia!