Бууз (pron. is like “bohz” since “у” in Mongolian is pronounced like “o” in “Korea” while “у” in Russian is pronounced like “oo” in “foot”) is the Mongolian national dish whici is a close relative of Chinese 烧卖 or 稍麦 (Shumai, Shaomai). It typically consists of a ground lamb/mutton meat wrapped into a thinly rolled piece of wheat dough, which is then sealed the edges together and steamed.
Khuushuur (spelled Хуушуур, pronounced ho-sho-r) is delicious deep-fried pastry stuffed with minced mutton meat related to both Russian Chibreki and Chinese Jiaozi. To place a filling in the middle, then fold the dough over to create half-moon or full-moon shape. Today some Mongolians use vegetables such as carrot, onion and cabbage.