How is Soto Spread

Talking about food is always triggering us to have another question in our mind which is “Where I can eat that food?” or “which restaurant that you recommend?” A meal highly relates to the place, the time and, in what sequence that particular food should be served (Douglas, 1976, Douglas and Nicod, 1974). It shows that …

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Soto corner in Indonesia

Previous Next Soto Betawi Soto Betawi H. Maruf Jalan Pramuka Nomor 64, Matraman, Kota Jakarta Timur, DKI Jakarta   Price: €€   When discussing legendary Soto restaurants, this restaurant will definitely come up! Established in 1943, the authentic Soto Betawi of this restaurant has become the favorite of many famous figures in Indonesia, including President …

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Recommended places to eat Soto (and some of the best Indonesian cuisines) in The Netherlands!

Indonesian restaurants in the Netherlands are not uncommon at all. However, we would like to introduce you to some of the best Indonesian restaurants where you can enjoy Soto and other delightful Indonesian dishes! Due to the COVID-19 situation, all of these restaurants are closed for dine-in (but you should make sure to check their …

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Soto Betawi

Recipe Instructions Boil together beef, tripes, lemongrass, daun salam, fresh milk, and spice paste over medium-high heat in a soup pot. Once it boils, reduce the heat to a simmer, cover, and cook until both the meat and tripe are tender. About 2 hours. TIPS: If using a pressure cooker, this step will only take …

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Soto Medan

Ingredients Instructions Heat cooking oil in a soup pot and fry the spice paste until fragrant, about 3 minutes. Add chicken thigh, lime leaves, bay leaves, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, anise, water, and 100 ml of coconut milk into the pot. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes or until chicken is …

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Soto Lamongan

Soto Lamongan is originated in Lamongan, East Java. It uses Turmenic and turns the broth into yellow color. It sets apart Soto Lamongan from other soto.