Saoto Babate

Javanese Tripe Soup

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Recipes of all Nations

By Countess Morphy

Published 1935

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In Java a favourite soup is Saoto Babate—consisting of tripe fried in peanut oil and then simmered in water with chopped leeks, a little preserved ginger, to which a cup of milk and a spoonful of vinegar are finally added, the soup being well seasoned with salt and cayenne pepper. This is served with fried onions and flaky boiled rice.