Introduction: Fried Oxtail Soup (Sop Buntut Goreng)

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You can serve the oxtail fried or as is with the soup. I love them fried, so does my 2 yo. We would just sit together and munch, munch, munch hahaha My husband and my 5 yo on the other hands, like them as is with the soup.

Step 1: Ingredients and Method

700 g oxtail

Enough water

1 cinnamon stick

5-6 cloves

1/2 of a nutmeg, slice/crush

Salt to taste

Bring all to boil for 10 mins on high then lower heat to medium, and cook for another 10 mins

Meanwhile, prepare:

8 new potatoes (the small ones), quarter

3 carrots, skin and slice

6 cherry tomatoes

3 green onions

Snap peas, 1 bag, 150 g

2 tbsp ready to use fried onion

Drop all (except snap peas) into the pot and cook until carrots and potatoes are tender

Once tender, drop in snap peas, stir and turn off heat and cover pot with lid, let sit for 5-8 mins (snap peas should be still somewhat crunchy but also somewhat tender)

For frying the oxtail:

Once carrot and potatoes are tender, before adding snap peas, take out oxtail as many as you like

Coat oxtail in enough flour mixture of flour, garlic powder, salt and ground white pepper (if you have Vegeta/Royco/Masako seasoning, they are much better than only salt)

Heat enough oil and fry coated oxtail

Serve soup sprinkled with more fried onion (and if you have coriander leaves) along with fried oxtail and hot sauce (sambal)

Enjoy :)

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