Soto Ayam

January 1st, 2015 | by TheJourneyMagz
Soto Ayam

Tasting the Indonesian food is so much fun. Indonesia is not only rich for its tradition, tribes, and cultures, but it also rich in culinary. This time we will talk about cuisine that famous from East Java but well known all over Indonesia, soto.

From the taste, the color, and the ingredient, soto is believed not originally an Indonesian food. The historians suggest it was influenced by foreign culinary tradition. It is a mixture of Chinese, Indian, and native Indonesian cuisine. But this delicious food has known for years and developed in so many varians.

Basically soto is mainly composed of broth, meat, and vegetables. But there are some addition dish such as stewed quail eggs or chicken eegs, fried chicken giblets, shredded fried chicken, crisp fried potato, fried tempeh, hot chili sauce, topped with fried shallot. You may complete the flavor with a slice of lemon squeeze and sweet soy sauce.

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