Jingisukan is a mutton dish. It is thought to be first made in Hokkaido, one Japan’s four major islands, and is most popular on this island.
How To Eat Jingisukan[change | change source]
There are two ways to eat Jingisukan: mutton in sauce, and raw mutton. It is cooked on a special grill. It is usually cooked with many vegetables. For example, bean sprout, onion, carrot, sweet pepper, pumpkin, or cabbage.
The Name[change | change source]
The name Jingisukan comes from the famous Mongolian warrior’s name, “Genghis Khan.” This dish was named after him because it is believed to originally come from Mongolia.