Soto padang recipe
Soto Padang is a variant of Soto cuisine that is widely circulated in various regions. Soto Padang itself as the name suggests is a typical West Sumatra cuisine for this fresh soup food. If you want to feel the difference in every Soto cuisine in Indonesia, try this Soto Padang. You can get the recipe below typical for Soto Padang’s spicy taste.
3 pieces of orange leaf
2 bay leaves
500 gr of beef
1 cut cow bone
2 tablespoons soto seasoning wetlands ready to use
2 liters of water
2 lemongrass stems, bruised
1 teaspoon of beef-flavored broth
8 red onions
3 tablespoons of cooking oil
2 cm ginger
5 cloves of garlic
1 teaspoon pepper granules
2 cm galangal
2 teaspoons of salt
3 cm turmeric, burn
100 gr of glass noodles, soak until soft, drain
Potato patties, boiled chili sauce, sliced celery, scallions, and fried onions
Dry fried lungs and red crackers
How to Make:
1. Boil beef and bones until soft, lift the meat and drain.
2. Heat the oil, saute the spices together with bay leaves, orange leaves, and seasonings ready to use until fragrant.
3. Put in the broth, bring to a boil.
4. Add the powdered stock, stir well, remove from heat.
5. Fry the whole beef until browned, lift, then diced, set aside.
6. Presentation: prepare a bowl, fill with glass noodles, pieces of meat or fried lungs, and cakes.
7. Pour the sauce, sprinkle with fried onions, celery, leeks, and red crackers.
8. Complete with boiled sauce.
9. Serve warm.