|Alternative names||Mi bakso, mee bakso, bakso mee|
|Course||Main course (lunch)|
|Place of origin||Indonesia|
|Region or state||Nationwide in Indonesia, also popular in neighboring Southeast Asian countries|
|Created by||Chinese Indonesians, Javanese and Malays|
Mie bakso is an Indonesian noodle soup dish consists of bakso meatballs served with yellow noodles and rice vermicelli. This dish well known in Chinese Indonesian, Javanese and Malay cuisine. Mie bakso is almost identical with soto mie, only this dish has meatball instead of slices of chicken meat.
- Fried shallots, crisp fried shallot sprinkled upon bakso.
- Sweet soy sauce, to add mild sweetness.
- Sambal, chili paste to add spiciness.
- Bottled hot sauce.
- Ketchup, tomato sauce.
- Vinegar, to add sourness.
- Tauge, bean sprouts.
- Tongcay, preserved salted vegetables.
- Bruce Kraig; Colleen Taylor Sen (2013). Street Food Around the World: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture. ABC-CLIO. p. 182. ISBN 9781598849554.