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July 1, 2011

Sizzling Fresh Mongolian BBQ

I love Mongolian BBQ!!! This is another one of those restaurants I had to make a special trip to whenever I went home from college. Believe it or not, San Diego has a terrible excuse for Mongolian BBQ, in the form of a chain restaurant with fewer choices and they won't let you do it yourself! Even weirder, in my hometown, I have 3 mongolian bbq's within 20 minutes of my house. However, this one is my favorite and also conveniently the closest. The owner here is always there, super friendly, and you get rice, soup, egg rolls and wontons waiting at your table once you get your food. Lunch is cheaper, but you only get one bowl, so fill it up! Then dinner is unlimited bowls and a little more expensive. 

I have never had a bad experience at this place, and this was the first time I've gone and had to stand in line. So I went to Mongo the other day with B, since he loves it to, and I may have perfected mongo with the best combination of ingredients. Do you want to know my secret? Ok, fine I'll tell you what I did. I did make mine a little spicy, so take note of that if you're trying to recreate this. I also loosely followed the Mild sauce recipe they post above the sauces, with changes I make note of, hope I didn't forget anything!
  • Beef
  • Noodles
  • Broccoli
  • Celery
  • Onions
  • 3-4 Jalapeno slices
  • 2 ladles of House Sauce
  • 2 1/2 ladles of Teriyaki sauce (change)
  • 1 1/2 ladles of Sweet and Sour Sauce (change)
  • 1/2 ladle of Kung Pao sauce (change)
  • 1 ladle of Wine sauce
  • 1 ladle of Ginger sauce
  • 1 ladle of Sugar sauce
  • 1/2 ladle of Sesame oil (change, I don't like it too oily!)
  • 1/2 ladle of Chili oil (change)
  • 1/2 spoonful of garlic
  • Baby corn
  • Peanuts
  • Cook it!
  • Couple spoons of red chili paste they have on the counter
  • Sprinkle of sesame seeds

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