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Mi Godhog Djawa Daging sapi ( Javanese beef Noodle stew )

This winter I crave a lot of Indonesian food. Probably because mostly Indonesian food are spicy and warm (make my feel warm also ^_^ ) .. but whatever it is, one reason is because I'm far away from my homeland and only these foods (at least) can be panacea of longing my homeland.
Mi godhog Djawa or noodle stew from Java (my home), consisting of noodles and vegetables in beef or chicken stew. With the shrimp-scented make this meal become one of favorite for each member of my family in Indonesia.



Ingredients:(make 2 portions)
- About 250 grams of wet noodles. Or 1 packet (110 g) dried noodles, cook in boiling water and drain.
- Few shrimps. Remove the head part and puree with mashed spiced.
- Beef meat approximately 200 grams (you can also use chicken). Cut into bite size.
- 1 medium size carrot. Cut into matchsticks.
- Cabbage finely chopped, about 2 handfuls.
- Approximately 1 handful bean sprouts.
- 1 medium size tomato (optional), cut into pieces.

- If you can find green mustard leaves you can add that also- cut roughly (as original one in Java)
- Coriander/ parsley leaves to taste. Chop roughly.
- Chicken/ beef broth around 700 ml
- Enough oil for stir-fry

Mashed/ puree these ingredients:
- 4 ~ 5 cloves garlic
- 3  small red onion (1/2 if you use large size).
- 2 tsp pepper seed (can be less or more according to your taste)
- Shrimp heads.
- Salt to taste.

Easy to cook:
1) Heat oil in big skillet. Stir fry mashed ingredients until fragrant. Stir in beef /chicken and shrimp, pour broth (or hot water), cover the pan and let meat cooked.
2) Mix in carrots, cook until slightly soft. Then add cabbage, bean sprouts, noodles and tomatoes. Cook for few minutes. Taste the flavor. Add salt or pepper as you like.
3) Sprinkle with celery and turn off the heat.

Serve immediately and enjoy while it's warm with a sprinkling of  fried onions and pickles as complement.



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5 comments:

  1. I'm a Malaysian living in Scotland. We share very similar food being neighbouring countries back home. Love you noodle dish. I agree with you that our food is good for the cold winter. I have been cooking soup everyday to keep warm. Hope you have a wonderful day. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  2. This looks amazing! I bet it tastes amazing too!

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  3. That soup is so amazing. It's gorgeous. I'd probably end up eating both portions by myself.

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  4. What a beautiful stew. This looks absolutely delicious and comforting.

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  5. I can't believe how much goes into that meal... it looks like the ultimate comfort food!

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