Herkunftsort: Indonesien von chinesischen Einwanderern Einfluss
Quelle: "try & error" method from many cook books
This is the famous everday street food in Indonesia. You will find it everywhere in the whole nation !!
Once you taste it, you will never get enough!!. In Indonesia Bakso will be eaten anywhere, anyplace, anytime, starting from early morning as breakfast
until midnight as a supper soup lol ;-)
Hmmm....It tastes superb & delicious. I think it's hard to find any Indonesian who has never eaten Bakso once in a lifetime!!
There is no top secret of making tasty & yummy Bakso, neither special trick nor a MSG!! Only one thing : Just add fried shallots to the daugh. I ensure you, the meatballs will taste simply delicious!!
Important Tips: 1. Choose the good quality of beef which contains no fat & mince yourself at home. Do not buy minced beef which sold in supermarkets because this type of meat contains a lot of fat & the meatballs will be fallen apart when it boiled.
2. At the beginning of boiling process, prepare 1 piece at first, boil & wait until the meatball well cooked and floating on the water surface, then taste it. Adjust the seasoning, add salt or sugar if necessary & mix the whole dough once again. Try to boil once more, taste it and so on until the flavor suit to your taste, then you can shape the rest of the meatballs and boil them all. It is important to follow this step because once you've got them boiled, but the meatballs taste bland, then you can not rework them back or reverse the process. In a short word, your meatballs will go to the trash bin for sure!! I'm telling you from my own experience :-(.
3. Be careful in choosing wonton wrapper. There are two kinds of wonton wrappers : For wonton soup and for fried wonton. If you use the wrong type, I guarantee you, within 2 hours, your fried wonton will be soft & limb eventually. (from personal experience as well ha ha ... what a pity me). So enough with this seminar of making Bakso. The rest...I wish you a happy cooking & Good Luck ..
Yohana from München says:
also, bawang merahnya hrs bawang goreng ya?
Lilu from Berlin says:
Sehr leckeres Rezept!! Das Gericht kam sehr gut bei unseren Gästen an!!! Zwei große Töpfe waren im nu weg.