Indonesian meatball-Bakso. Bakso is Indonesian meatball, and is an extremely popular Indonesian food. It's everywhere; you're just as likely to find it being sold by street vendors (called kaki lima). Bakso (beef meatballs) is one of my favorite dishes in Indonesia.
This homemade recipe is a quick version using juicy beef meatballs simmered in a simple broth. Meatballs are ubiquitous in Asian noodle soups. What makes the Indonesian bakso different? You can cook Indonesian meatball-Bakso using 9 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Indonesian meatball-Bakso
- You need 500 g of meat.
- You need 2 tbsp of tapioca flour.
- It’s 1 of egg.
- It’s 1 tbsp of garlic powder or 3 garlic cloves.
- It’s 1 tbsp of baking powder.
- You need 1,5 tsp of salt.
- It’s 80 g of ice cubes.
- It’s 2 tbsp of fried onion.
- It’s of Optional: 1 small cube of mushroom broth.
They are dense because of the paste used to make them. Bakso is an Indonesian term for meatballs and can also refer to meatball soup. The word mie (or mee) is an Indonesian term meaning noodles, therefore mie bakso is basically a meatball soup with. Try to make this recipe at home, it's cheap, easy, and healthy.
Indonesian meatball-Bakso instructions
- Combine all ingredients in a food processor, except ice cubes..
- Start the food processor while adding ice cubes gradually until it all combined..
- On the boiling pan, bring water to boil and reduce the heat..
- Make balls from the meat dough and put it into the boiling pan..
- Wait untill the meatballs float the take it off the heat and put the meatballs into the bowl of ice water..
This is a recipe of Bakso (Indonesian Meatball). It's commonly eat as a snack in Indonesia. Indonesian Bakso vs Chinese Traditional Meatballs. Bakso kasar, in contrast, is a beef meatball with uneven/rough rounded surface. Yep you guess it right, kasar means uneven in Bahasa.