Monday, October 25, 2010

Indonesian Beef Ball Bakso Soup and Noodles Recipe

Bakso is a kind of Indonesian beef balls that are eaten with beef noodles soup. Sometimes wantans are added into this wonderful dish as well. I made some beef balls (bakso) for my beef noodles and used some of them for my spaghetti as well. Huh, talk about killing 2 birds with one stone! LOL!

Minced beef, 500 gms
Corn flour, 5 teaspoons
Pepper, to taste
Garlic, 5 pcs, chopped finely
Salt to taste For soup
Water 8 bowls
Beef bones, 500 gms
Shallots, 5 pcs, sliced thinly and deep fried until crispy
Daun soup (Chinese celery), 3 stalks, chopped
Soya sauce, 2 tablespoons
Salt to taste

Mix all beef ball ingredients together. Make the mixture into bite sizes balls. Put some water in a pot and bring to a boil. Boil the beef balls for a short while or until they are thoroughly cooked. Put aside and use it to garnish the beef noodles. Pour the water for making the soup in a pot. Turn on the heat and put in the beef bones when the water starts to boil. Boil for around 45 minutes to 1 hour. Add soya sauce and salt to taste. Put in the daun soup and shallots. You can eat the soup and meatballs (bakso) with mee (egg noodles) , bihun (rice vermicelli) or kueh teow (flat rice noodles).


Christine said...

looks and sounds soooo delicious!

suituapui said...

Aha! Fresh beef balls! Love that...not the frozen ones sold at the supermarket. Yum!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Looks so yummy!!!

fufu said...

wow nice! now you have mentioned what i really miss ---> kuey teow...

penny aka jeroxie said...

Oh Yum! I always love a good bowl of bokso!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Adoi!!!!! One of my favs.
There used a to be a yummy one at Giant USJ. I love this with lots of sambal kicap.

foongpc said...

I want some beef bakso noodles!!

smallkucing said...

bakso 1 bowl please :D

Annie Q said...

i love the soup. I never know how the soup taste like till one day i pack some rice from the stall that sell indonesia food, they give me some soup, it taste so good but there is no beef ball in it.

[SK] said...

oh, the beefball soup looks nice!! i like that~~ and the beefball must be very "springy"?? haha~~

Alice Law said...

Never heard of bakso soup, but it does look great!^-^

Have a great day!

mNhL said...

This type of soup with added daun soup and shallots taste extremely delicious.

Nava Kishnan said...

Have made something similar to this soup but with mutton, not beef.

Looks so delicious and my type of soup for sure.


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