A boiled head of sheep or goat stirs a terrible image in one’s mind, but in addition to being the most budget meal you will find in UB it is also considered as a delicacy. Indeed, Mongolians often name boiled head as one of the home dishes they develop a craving for most when they live outside. It is first blowtorched thoroughly and washed. Then it is seasoned with salt and paper and boiled for 2-3 hours until it is soft and real tender. It is served along with various vegetables and is delicious! Almost no part is wasted and it is an ideal comfort food for many Mongolian families.
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