Genghis Khan is a Japanese yakiniku dish that uses mutton such as mutton and lamb.
In general, it is a local dish that represents Hokkaido.
Heat the Genghis Khan pan, which has a convex shape in the center, to bake mutton slices and vegetables, and cook them while cooking vegetables using gravy from the mutton.
Depending on the region of Hokkaido, a Genghis Khan pan (disk shape) with a concave center may be used.
The meat to be used includes “seasoned meat” of seasoned meat, “raw meat” of chilled meat, “roll meat” of frozen meat,
In general, “raw” refers to meat that has never been frozen, regardless of whether it has been soaked in the seasoning liquid.