Ma's Dim Sum, which has a store in Hohhot – capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region – is a local delicacy that has been handed down through the generations.
Stir-fried millet, or "Horisenbada" in Mongolian, is a favorite food among the people of Inner Mongolia.
Dried milk cake is a common dairy food in a Mongolian herdsman's home. It is coagulated and fermented using cow's milk, goat's milk, or horse milk.
Ordos milk wine is produced by putting the horse milk into a wooden barrel and stirring it with a special wooden implement until the dregs sink and the pure whey floats to the top.
Yangbeizi (mutton chunks cooked in a special way), is usually served on three occasions in Inner Mongolia: in banquets, as a gift, or as a tribute. Sheep with big tails and medium-weight and lambs under one year old are used.
Beizi is a kind of local specialty and looks like a pancake but bigger and thicker and can be round, square, triangular or rectangular. It tastes crisp on the outside.