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No matter how much I love Japanese food, I start craving for spicy food after a while.  I cannot go without my regular chili fix.  The sort that burns my mouth and stomach, and makes me perspire so much that beads of sweat form above my brow, lips and start trickling down my cheeks.  Like this bowl of beef soto with tripe made by C’s Indonesian helper.  I ate the soto with a generous helping of her homemade green chili paste, and started making hissing noises ‘cos it was sooooo spicy.  

As we Singaporeans always like to say when we feel good about something – SHIOK ah!

Siti’s Beef Soto With Tripe
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2 thoughts on “Siti’s Beef Soto With Tripe

  • Apr 8, 2014 at 11:13 pm

    Looks delicious! Is this similar to mee soto (I think that’s Malaysian)?

  • Apr 9, 2014 at 8:53 am

    Mee soto is the generic name for this Indonesian dish, depending on what sort of meat bones you use to make the broth. In Singapore, we call it mee soto (or ayam soto) which is prepared using chicken broth. I call this beef soto to distinguish it from our usual ayam soto version. šŸ™‚

    Yes, you can find mee soto in Malaysia as well!

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