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"Freddy Tan, an ordinary person in an extraordinary world. A man of few words, believe nothing is impossible if you can dream it then you can do it. I believe in living life to the fullest; enjoying my moments with yummy FOOD."




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Beef meat balls also called bakso is Indonesian street food vendor dish. You can get this dish with only $0.50, it's cheap? oh yeah... even though it's not hygienist but what the heck.. It's delicious and irresistible. In addition, they also have their special rooster imprint trade mark bowl. It's not because they are proud of Indonesian chicken, but it's the most inexpensive type of dishware any Indonesian street food vendor could ever use because it came free with every purchase of a particular brand of food seasoning... Ha ha ha. So, if you like to try you can make it yourself at home and it's more hygienist. :p

1/2 lb Beef
rice noodle/ egg noodle
20 beef meat balls
2 carrots
5-8 deep fried firm tofu
1/4 tsp nutmeg (pala in Indonesian)
1 Chinese cinammon stick (Kayu manis in Indonesian)
5 cloves (cengkeh in Indonesian)
Little bit fish sauce
salt, white pepper, beef stock (adjustable according to how much water)

Optional toppings:

Fried garlic
Chinese parsley / green onion
Sweet soy sauce
Hot chilly sauce (Sambal)

How to prepare:
Boil beef meat with beef stock (beef broth) until it soft, add meat balls, carrots, cinnamon stick, nutmeg, cloves, salt and pepper. When it done, add deep fried firm tofu in it. Serve with thin rice noodle or egg noodle with any combination of the optional toppings.

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  • Blogger Kenji says so:
    October 11, 2007 at 10:38 AM  

    yo freddy

    bakso was discovered as non nutritious food. We can not say it is bakso if it has vitamin, low cholesterol, etc.

    So, I think those carrots should be removed. And adding a little high fat oil will be wonderfully boost the taste. top

  • Blogger Freddy Tan says so:
    October 11, 2007 at 11:51 AM  

    Lol Thanks for the comment Kenji, I appreciate it. The bakso itself is non-nutritious it's just meat and flour, since it's homemade dish it should be modified so that it taste a like but boosted with more vitamin, fiber, and etc. top