Instant-boiled mutton (Chinese: 涮羊肉; pinyin: Shuàn Yángròu) is a Chinese Beijing hot pot dish. Instant-boiled mutton, also known as Mongolian Fire Pot or dip-boil mutton, is a Chinese hot pot dish. Traditionally, Chinese people have eaten it inside the home during cold winter weather, but in recent times, instant-boiled mutton has been eaten year-round. It is also eaten in restaurants. The dish often uses mutton from the back, rear legs, or tail of the lamb.