flour, ketchup, vegetables, oil, onions, garlic

Tsuvian is a Mongolian dish made with flour, ketchup, vegetables, oil ,onion, garlic. This noodle stew is somewhat similar to Guriltai Shul. The noodles are much more roughly cut, and everything is served on a plate instead of in a stock.

Modified June 26, 2020

Created June 25, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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