Chicken Meatball Soup | Bakso Noodle Soup When it’s cold outside, gather around a steaming bowl of Bakso Noodle Soup – you’ll be refreshed by the bright flavors and warmed by the chili sauce. You can bring this soup to a potluck – just keep the tofu, green onions, and chili sauce in a separate dishes for diners to garnish their own bowls. While the soup is traditionally Indonesian, it is also sold by street vendors in East Timor, a country formerly part of Indonesia.
Servings
6people
Servings
6people
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Rinse and trim the produce then slice and toss in a large pot and splash on the chicken stock.
  2. Add water and simmer until vegetables are cooked through (you can leave them as crunchy or as soft as you’d like). Season with soy sauce to taste.
  3. Meanwhile, fill a bowl with cooked ramen noodles, then chicken basko meatballs.
  4. Ladle on the soup and garnish with deep-fried tofu (sliced in half for a pretty look), a sprinkling of green onions and a spattering of chili sauce.
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