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Sop Kaki Sapi (Beef Shank Soup)



According to our Menu Plan Monday, today we supposed to have sapo tahu on the menu, but since My husband is still sick, he preferred beef soup than sapo. I've made this soup several times but never used the original main ingredients and method, which is "beef oxtail" and "fried". Yup, the original name of this recipe was "Fried Beef Oxtail Soup". In the original recipe, you just add the spices directly into the water, but I like to sauté it first since I found it more tasty.




I made mistake in seeing the amount of clove using, I read it as 30 instead of 3. It happened because above it was the amount of onion using (30 grams). Lucky me, those 30 cloves enriched the flavor of the soup, spicy! Rempah banget! Yummie!

Anne, thanks for the recipe. As soon as I get beef oxtail, I will make the fried one ;)

Recipe Source: Sop Buntut Goreng ala The Peak Resort Dining, From Anne's kitchen with love



Ingredients:

2 kg beef shank, cut as desired
8 big size potatoes, peeled, cleaned, cubed
6 carrots, peeled, clean, ring sliced (as desired)
5 chery tomatoes, cubed
Vegetabel oil for sautéing
Water as need (for boiling)
Salt, pepper and sugar as needed

Spices:
2 medium sized onion, diced
4 cloves of garlic, bruised
4 knucklebones ginger, bruised
30 cloves (can be reduced - it became 30 due to my mistake in reading the recipe)



Garnish:
Fried red onion (bawang goreng)
Sliced green onion
Sambel cabe rawit


Methods:

1. Boil beef shank using pressure cooker for 25 minutes. Sift the broth and set aside.
2. Reboil beef shank (using the broth) together with potatoes and carrots over moderate heat.
3. Heat oil in a skillet. Sauté all spices until fragrant and wilted, then add into the boiling beef. Season with salt, pepper and sugar. Mix well and continue cooking over small heat until set.
4. Adjust the taste, add salt, pepper and sugar when needed. Remove from the heat. Served with steamed rice or rice cake. Garnish with fried onion and green onion.


12 comments :

MiNDY said...

30 Knobi? wuih.. banyak :D
ini resep masih di bookmarked neh, blom sempet nyoba. warna/i bener Fa sop-nya. enak dilihat

Elsye said...

BEner Fa..cakeppp bangett....digedein..:D...warnanya juga jadi keliatan cerah...topp toppp...., btw sop nya keliatan endang juga...:P *ngiler.com*

Ayin said...

waah ada kaki sapi, disini dimana ya ada kaki sapi... tukang jagal sapi aku ga tau disini dimana hiks...
sopnya wenak

sefa firdaus said...

@Mindy: bukan knoblauch Ndoel, tapi cengkeh :D

iya tuh, jadinya kok warna-warni ya :))

@Elsye: biar dirimu puas memandangnya say, makanya digedein semua deh fotonya ;)

sopnya mah bukan cuma keliatannya doang, emang enak loh ;)

@Ayin: yaaaaaa disana gak ada toko daging Turki gitu ya Yin? disini mah lumayan gampang cari toko Turki, jauh sih... tapi yg penting ada :D

Retno Prihadana said...

Sopnya menggoda banget sef, fotonya juga siiip, cerah ceria :)

Andrie Anne said...

Liat fotona jadi pengen bikin lagi..:-)

sefa firdaus said...

@Retno: fotonya disesuaikan dg musim semi Mbak, jadinya cerah ceria :))

@Anne: aku pengen bikin yg pake buntut dan digoreng, sayang belum ketemu buntut sapi di toko Turkinya :)

makasih ya resepnya

Lia said...

bayanginnya aja udah ngences mana lengkap pake sambel slurrp tar kalo dah masak masak lagi bikin ah :D

Dwiana P said...

asyikkk.... dua mangkok berapa bu?? makan sop ini pake sambel wuahh dah kepedesan duluan nih gw.

btw, mampir ke blog lo numpang browsing yah di blogroll. krn gw blon bikin qiqiqii

sefa firdaus said...

@Lia: lagi kena penyakit males masak ya Li? kayaknya ketularan gue tuh, hehehehe

@Dwiana: dua mangkok utk elo mah gratis Dwi..

silahkan browsing... dirimu belum daftar foodie blogroll toh?

Yasmeen said...

Look at the lovely colors of the soup with chunks of veggies and meat! Must be hearty and fulfilling. Thanks for sharing Sefa.

isa said...

wooo, setelah dicoba, mayan nih resepnya.. enak :P