Coto Makassar

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Coto Makassar
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Coto Makassar with Ketupat
Type Stew
Place of origin Indonesia
Region or state South Sulawesi
Main ingredients Beef, broth made from ground peanuts
Cookbook: Coto Makassar  Media: Coto Makassar

Coto Makassar or Coto Mangkasara (Makassarese), is an Indonesian traditional soup originating from Makassar, South Sulawesi. It is a variant of soto traditional beef and offal stew with seasoned broth made from ground peanuts and spices.[1] The main ingredient of this soup is beef and it can be mixed with innards such as intestine, liver, lungs, heart, tripe, or cow brain.

Coto Makassar is usually served with Burasa or Ketupat rice cakes.

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References

  1. ^ Loren Bell; Stuart Butler; Trent Holden; Anna Kaminski; Hugh McNaughtan; Adam Skolnick; Iain Stewart; Ryan Ver Berkmoes (2016). Lonely Planet Indonesia. Lonely Planet. ISBN 9781760341619. 
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