|Place of origin||Tibet|
|Main ingredients||Mutton chops, flour, shredded wheat, chillies, dry curd cheese, water, salt|
In Tibetan cuisine, Qoiri is a stew of mutton chops, made with flour, shredded wheat, chillies, dry curd cheese, water and salt. The Moinba people of southwestern Tibet often add a stronger cheese and add further ingredients such as wild mushrooms and fungi.
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