Resep mie beat typical of West Java  for seasoning soup : TeknoVidia

Legendary Western Javanese Whipped Noodle Recipe

The residents of Bandung and its surroundings should be very popular with this legendary  recipe for whipped Western Javanese noodles. West Java, especially Bandung is really famous for a variety of  very diverse and delicious culinary delights. Mie shake is one of   the delicious culinary that is  not only  popular in Bandung, but also in several other regions, including Jakarta.

Whipped noodles is a   typical   Western Javanese cuisine  composed of noodles, bean sprouts and   kikil, then doused with a thick salted  broth.   As a culinary complement, this is  also commonly served with kikil, baso, mustard vegetables, leeks and also  fried onions.   This cuisine is best suited to be ate in winter or rain because it can warm the stomach.

Although it is a  typical Western Javanese cuisine,  beaten noodle vendors  can now be  found in several other regions. A serving of this  dish is usually sold at prices ranging from Rp. 10,000 to Rp. 15,000 only.

But if you want to make your own at home,  this recipe for western Javanese beaten noodles is not really complicated.   The following, the ingredients and steps you can  take if you want to make your own beaten noodles at home:

Ingredients and Seasonings toMake Beaten Noodles

To make this typical Western  Javanese cuisine, first prepare the ingredients  and seasonings first. Are various ingredients and bumbu  main  to make the  recipe of  milked pasta  delicious and simple.   For more details, see the following assessments:

Bahan-ingredients that need to be prepared:

  1. Flat egg noodles 500 grams
  2. Raw bean sprouts  100 grams
  3. Cow foot (kikil)
  4. Leeks and celery
  5. Water moderately

Resep mie beat typical of West Java  for seasoning soup:

  1. Bay leaf 4 pieces
  2. Lemongrass 3 whales
  3. Segment of two ginger fingers
  4. Garlic 5 carnations
  5. Chives 5 pieces
  6. Flavoring to taste

You can also add complementary ingredients such as shrimp biscuits  and onion sauce if needed. To add nampol, you can also prepare fried onions  as a sprinkle when served.   Don’t forget to also prepare lemon to add a fresh flavor to  this recipe for western Javanese beaten noodles.

Steps and how to make beaten noodles

How to make this  dish is not really complicated.   The key to the delight  of this typical Bandung cuisine is in the soup and the ingredients should be fresh.   To make a  delicious and simple recipe  for the dishes, you can follow  the methods and steps as follows:

  1. Prepare cow kikil

Clean the cow’s legs with running water until all the dirt and cuteness are gone. Then cook the meat legs in the pressure cooker for about an hour so that they are tender and cooked. When boiling the meat legs, you do not need to add any seasoning, because they will be cooked again later. Once cooked, remove and drain.

  1. Prepare beaten noodle soup

To make this soup of beaten noodle recipe in West Javanese, bring the water to a boil of approximately 1.5 liters.   Then place the lemongrass stem, bay leaf and ginger that have been pressed into the decoction of the water.   Don’t forget  to also include the meat legs that have been pressed beforehand so  that they are softer and cooked.

While waiting for the soup stew  to boil  , also prepare fine seasonings for  the soup.   Mashed onion and   garlic and then sauté until fragrant.   Then place the cooked spices in the stew of  sauce  and meat legs.   Cook until the legs of  bumb u and meat are fully cooked and add salt, sugar, pepper and flavorings.

As a complementary ingredient, also prepare egg noodles and bean sprouts by boiling them in  boiling water until wilted.   Then prepare a serving bowl and place all the complementary ingredients that are cooked and  drizzled with hot sauce.   Sprinkle with fried onion and add a  little lemon to make it more delicious and stable.

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The  History of  West Javanese Whipped Noodle Recipe That Has A Legendary Flavor

The residents of Bandung and its surroundings should be familiar with the cuisine of beaten noodles.  Kuliner is a delicious combination of noodles, kikil and gur soup that can really make the tongue not stop enjoying it.   But do you already know what the story of this culinary taste is like, the taste that doesn’t  need to be doubted?

Beaten noodles are  one of the culinary delights believed to have existed since 1958. The name of the beaten  noodle itself is taken out of the way   it is served, i.e. shaking the noodles and bean sprouts into  a  metal container with holes and then dipping them into water p anas  for cooking. This way of serving is what finally made the typical Western Javanese cuisine  called whipped noodles.

This recipe for whipped western Javanese  noodles  is still unchanged from ancient  times  to the present.   This cuisine is a dish of yellow noodles  equipped with several other ingredients such as bean sprouts, sliced kikil, baso, leeks, celery, fried onion and then drizzled with salted kuah, as well as thick broth. It will be even more stable if it is added with spicy pepper sauce and lemon juice.  It is guaranteed that the taste will swing your tongue.

The   uniqueness of this typical Western Javanese cuisine      that  has been maintained by past vendors is the   form of a container for boiling noodles and bean sprouts. From the past to now, noodle vendors have been beaten using a hollow metal container resuming a  small bucket with a long handle to the  handle to prevent it from getting hot.

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Lendário Mie Shake Culinary Spot em Bandung

The mie shakes  can now be enjoyed from anywhere because there were many of these culinary vendors who migrated to various regions of the archipelago, such as Jakarta. However, if you want to enjoy  a  recipe for truly authentic Western Javanese whipped noodles, the town of Bandung is a paradise. In the city of flowers there are several legendary culinary spots that you should try.

One of the  most popular places to eat this hot cuisine in Bandung is the beaten noodles persib.   This Western   Javanese cooking shop is  located in  the parking area of Persib Stadium precisely at Jalan Ahmad Yani no. 262, Bandung City. A lot of beaten noodles here are sold at a  price  of Rp. 23,000 just with the addition of delicious meat and ribs.

Another of the best places to enjoy the  recipe of the typical Western Java beaten  noodles is at the Mang Dadeng store.   This store is located in Jalan Banteng KH Ahmad Dahlan no.   67. Mie Kocok Bandung Mang Dadeng is very popular because it has a characteristic seasoning composed of 26 spices and is a seasoning  of family heritage for generations.

The charm and attractiveness of the city of Bandung lies not only in the beauty of the city. However, the cuisine of the flower town is also famous for being delicious even in remote parts of the archipelago. One of them is beaten noodles that have a legendary salty taste.  This western Javanese whipped noodle recipe is also not too complicated so  you can try it yourself at home if you haven’t  had time to go directly to  Bandung.

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