Resep Soto Ayam Surabaya/ Chicken Soto ala Surabaya Recipe

Resep Indonesia satu ini salah satu favorit-ku. Waktu masih tinggal di Jakarta dulu waktu masih kecil sekolah, biasanya suka dimasakin sama mbak. Bangun pagi sebelum sekolah sarapan soto ayam, pulang sekolah jam 2-an makan soto, makan malam juga soto. Hehe, biasanya masak sepanci gede gitu, untuk makan 3 kali sekeluarga ;D.
Bikin soto emang agak ribet, mesti bikin kuah-nya, terus sayuran-sayurannya yang banyak jenis. Kalau hanya bikin sedikit, rasanya buang waktu, jadinya sekali-nya pas bikin langsung sepanci besar deh biar puas.  Resep ini kuambil dari buku resep mama-ku, tapi dimodifikasi sedikit. Langsung aja resepnya:

Soto Ayam Surabaya, untuk 6 penyajian:

1 ekor ayam kampung ukuran sedang-besar, potong menjadi  6 bagian 2 paha, 2 sayap, tulang rusuk dan dada)
2.5 liter air
bumbu halus:
1 sdm biji ketumbar sangrai
6 siung bawang merah
10 siung bawang putih
5 cm kunyit
air untuk blender, kurang lebih 150 ml
Bumbu untuk sop:
7 lembar daun jeruk
2 batang serai
7 daun salam
Sayuran pelengkap:
4 buah kentang, potong bagi 4 direbus dan digoreng
2 buah tomat potong dadu
1/8 kol putih diiris tipis
2 ikat soun
segenggam tauge
4 telur rebus
daun bawang iris tipis
bawang goreng
cabe terasi atau resep cabe homemade:
100 gr cabai rawit direbus
3 buah bawang putih

Untuk cabe, digiling kasar saja cabai rawit dan bawang putih. Aku pakai cabe terasi siap saji karena di rumah, cuma aku yang makan cabe ;D.

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Chicken soto ala Surabaya is one of my favorite dish. I remember when I was kid, our house helper made this early in the morning for our breakfast. She made it so much that it can last until dinner ;o. So delicious.

There were times that I missed Indonesian food, and craving it so much. It wasn’t super easy to get it, so the only solution is to make them. Yum, this recipe comes from my mom’s recipe book, I modified it a bit, to adjust the availability of the ingredients here, but it still tasted great ;D.

Chicken Soto ala Surabaya, serves 6

1 medium size free range chicken, cut into  large pieces, 2 thigh, 2 wings, rib bones, and breast.
2.5 liter water
Condiment blended:
1 tbsp roasted corriander seed
6 cloves brown shallot
10 cloves garlic
5 cm turmeric
enough water to blend, around 150 ml
Aromatic for soup:
7 pieces kaffir lime leaves
2 lemongrass
7 pieces bay leaves
Vegetables to serve:
4 potatos, cut into 4, boiled then fried
2 tomato, cut dice
1/8 white cabbage shredded
2 bunch mung bean vermicelli
bunch of mung bean sprouts
4 boiled eggs
green onion, thinly sliced
fried shallots
shrimp paste chili or  homemade chili sauce:
100 gr chili boiled
3 cloves garlic

For homemade chili sauce, just blend boiled chilli and garlic. Add enough water to blend and adjust consistency. I used pre-packed shrimp paste chili or terasi because I was the only one who ate chili at home  ;D.

 

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