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Pork Meatballs Soup (“Bakso Babi”) (Bilingual-Eng-Indo)

Suit the rainy days with this meatballs soup! It could be a nice dish for windy winter too. The meatballs are made of ground pork with some more ingredients. They are yummy and bouncy. You can serve this soup with glass noodle, fried onions, leek and chili mix. Here we go!

(Teman-temang penggila bakso, ayuk coba resep Bakso Babi yang biasa aku bikin di rumah. Hasilnya nggak semulus bakso yang dijual biasa itu, karena aku hanya pakai daging giling, tapi rasa udah enak dan yang penting konturnya menyatu dan kenyal. Cocok juga bagi yang kangen Nyuknyang Makassar nih.)

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Ingredients :

For the Meatballs (Adonan bakso): 

– 500 grams of ground pork (daging babi giling)

– 2 tablespoons of corn/potato starch/ tapioca (tepung kanji)

– 2 cloves of garlic –> minced (bawang putih dihaluskan)

– 1 egg (telur ayam)

– 1/2 teaspoon of salt (garam)

– 1/8 teaspoon of pepper (merica bubuk)

– 100 grams of glass noodles (suun/ sohun)

For the Soup (Kuah Bakso):

– 3 litres of water (air putih 3 liter)

–  2 cloves of garlic –> bashed (2 buah bawang putih dikeprek)

– 1/2 tablespoon of salt (garam)

– 1/4 teaspoon of pepper (merica bubuk)

– Some leek  –> cut onto small (daun bawang secukupnya)

– Some fried/ roasted onions (bawang goreng secukupnya)

Steps:

1. Preheat one medium pot with 3 liters of water inside. Just keep it shimmer, not boiled.

(Panaskan panci ukuran sedang dengan diisi 3 liter air didalamnya, jangan biarkan mendidih, cukup panas saja.)

2. Mix together the all of the ingredients in a big bowl.

(Campur bersama seluruh bahan dalam sebuah mangkuk besar.)

3. Knead and push the pork mix with your hand through your fingers for 5 minutes, until the pork looks bit pale.

(Uleni dan tekan-tekan daging babi dengan tangan melewati jari-jari kita –> liat gambar, selama 5 menit hingga daging babi kelihatan lebih pucat.)

Homemade Indonesian Meatballs Soup a.k.a "Bakso"

4. Begin to form the meatballs by using both of your hand, take one tablespoon of pork mix and make circular move to form ball.

(Mulai buat bola-bola daging nya dengan kedua tangan, ambil 1 sendok makan daging dan gerakkan tangan membentuk bola dengan gerakan memutar.)

5. Put in the meatballs slowly into shimmering water (NOT BOILING) and wait until the meatballs float on the surface of the water.

(Masukkan bola daging ke dalam air panas di panci (BUKAN AIR MENDIDIH) dan tunggu hingga mereka mengapung di permukaan.)

6. Meanwhile, make the soup by putting 2 cloves of garlic, 1/2 tablespoon of salt and 1/4 teaspoon of pepper into the water.

(Sementara itu buat sup dengan memasukkan 2 butir bawang putih, 1/2 sendok makan garam dan 1/4 sendok teh merica bubuk kedalam air rebusan.)

6. Turn on the heat to boil the soup, when all of the meatball float. Let it boil for another 7-8 minutes.

(Besarkan api untuk membuat sup mendidih, ketika semua bola bakso telah mengapung. Biarkan sup mendidih selama 7-8 menit.)

7. Take the meatballs out of the soup and put them in a clean bowl, closed with lid.

(Keluarkan bola daging dari sup dan letakkan didalam mangkuk tertutup.)

8. In a large bowl with 1 liter of warm water, put in the glass noodles. Set aside for 30 minutes.

(Dalam sebuah mangkuk besar dengan 1 liter air hangat, masukkan suun/ sohun dan diamkan selama 30 menit. )

9. Serve the meatball by putting meatballs, some glass noodles, leek and fried onions, poured with some hot soup. Serve hot!!

(Sajikan bakso bersama suun/ sohun, daun bawang dan bawang goreng disiram sup nya yang panas. Sajikan panas-panas!)

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2 comments on “Pork Meatballs Soup (“Bakso Babi”) (Bilingual-Eng-Indo)

  1. G’day Your pork balls look and sound healthy indeed!
    Cheers! Joanne

    • motherbakes
      April 19, 2015

      Thank you so much Joanne..this one is lil bit different with the Italian meatballs we use to eat, this one is more bouncy

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