Mongolian Grill was originally from ancient Mongolia. According to legend, when the mighty Ghengis Khan was expanding his empire, after a long day of battle, he and his warriors set up a tent, made a campfire, and then sat around the campfire to prepare for their food. Short of cooking utensils, the warriors would use their swords, dagger or other weapon to thinly slice the meat, the grill the meat upon the warriors up turned shields over the campfire.
Until the 13th century, Mongolian Grill was introduced into Central Plains. The Chinese people made an innovation to add on some fresh vegetables, spices and sauces to make Mongolian Grill more attractive.
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