|Alternative names||Mi kangkung|
|Place of origin||Indonesia|
|Region or state||Jakarta, West Java, Banten|
|Main ingredients||Egg noodle, kangkung, kecap manis, mushroom, bakso|
Mie kangkung (lit: "kangkung noodle"), is an Indonesian vegetable noodle soup with kangkung (water spinach), usually served with bakso meatball and mushroom. It is of a specialty of Betawi cuisine, Jakarta, Indonesia. The yellow egg noodles come with a brown-colored thick soup, made of chicken or beef broth, which is thickened with tapioca, spiced and mixed with garlic and kecap manis (sweet soy sauce). Other ingredients include bakso meatballs, bean sprouts, mushroom, hard boiled quail eggs and sprinkled with bawang goreng (fried shallots) and added with dash of kaffir lime juice and sambal.
- Mie ayam
- Mie celor
- Mie kocok
- Mi rebus
- Mie goreng
- Noodle soup
- stir-fried water spinach, or tumis kangkung
- Mawar Kusuma (13 March 2013). "Betawi-Tionghoa Dalam Semangkuk Mi Kangkung" (in Indonesian). Kompas.com. Retrieved 29 January 2015.
- Mie Kangkung Betawi recipe (in Indonesian)
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