Sayur sop

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Sayur sop
Alternative namesSayur sup
CourseMain course (breakfast or lunch)
Place of originIndonesia
Region or stateNationwide in Indonesia
Created byIndonesians
Serving temperaturehot
Main ingredientsVarious vegetables, macaroni, and bakso or sausage in chicken or beef broth

Sayur sop is an Indonesian vegetable soup prepared from vegetables in chicken or beef broth.[1] It is popular in Indonesia, served as breakfast or lunch.


Sayur sop is made up of carrot, cabbage, cauliflower, potato, tomato, broccoli, leek, mushroom, snap bean, macaroni and bakso or sausage, spiced with black pepper, garlic and shallot in chicken or beef broth. Fried shallots and celery can be added to sayur sop.

Sayur sop is comfort food commonly served with steamed rice, tempeh and corn fritter.

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  1. ^ "Resep Sayur: Sayur Sop". detikfood. Retrieved July 18, 2020.