Some of you might be saying ‘hey it’s Thursday; didn’t Meet The Manufacturer week start on Wednesday last week?’ Well, yeah but I skipped two days of reviewing so gotta make those up – only fair. So here we have Soto Betawi. Wikipedia has this to say about it:
Betawi soto, made of beef or beef offal, cooked in a whitish cow milk or coconut milk broth, with fried potato and tomato.
Dang I’m out of beef. Ah well – let’s give this a try!
Here’s the back of the packaging (click image to enlarge).
The noodles – standard gauge.
Dry seasoning – powdered seasoning on the left and chili powder on the right.
Here’s the powder seasoning and chili powder.
The wets : seasoned oil on the left and sweet soy sauce on the right.
Here’s both of them in one little sake cup.
Fried onions to put on top!
These are such a nice addition.
Finished (click image to enlarge). I added some local veggies, a little kizami shoga (pickled ginger), a couple of Blue Diamond Sea Salt Almonds and some Krazy Mixed Up Salt. Of the Indomie soups, I will have to say this is one of my favorites so far. The noodles are good as always, and the broth has a nice beef flavor and rich depth to it. I really like how the soup isn’t thick but has the flavor of somegthing that you would imagine to be. What you end up with is a very flavorful noodle soup with good character. 4.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686011227 .
How it’s made on the streets of Jakarta!
A quick tour of Jakarta’s great sights!
To think this package traveled to me, originating in one of those big skyscrapers!
Indomie’s first commercial?