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The Noodle Project

trying a new Indomie flavour every week

Posts tagged Indonesian traditional cuisine variants

Feb 6 '12
Week 4 - Coto Makassar
According to Wikipedia, this is “a beef and offal soto boiled in water used to wash rice, with fried peanut”. While that doesn’t necessarily sound great, I really enjoyed the noodles. They were probably comparable in spiciness to Korean noodle soups, with a hint of peanut flavour.
Score: 9/10
Inspired by my reading about Indonesian food over the past few weeks,  I’ve now made my own soto ayam (chicken soup) as well. It turned out really good.

Week 4 - Coto Makassar

According to Wikipedia, this is “a beef and offal soto boiled in water used to wash rice, with fried peanut”. While that doesn’t necessarily sound great, I really enjoyed the noodles. They were probably comparable in spiciness to Korean noodle soups, with a hint of peanut flavour.

Score: 9/10

Inspired by my reading about Indonesian food over the past few weeks, I’ve now made my own soto ayam (chicken soup) as well. It turned out really good.