From the Central of Java to the east, soto has accompanied and coloured the tastes of travellers and traders passing through, and settling down, which gave rise to settlements such as Pekojan, Kauman, and various Chinatowns.
Soto ayam is loved by most people in Indonesia, as it is a very easy and simple dish to cook. You could see lots of people selling soto ayam in the streets of Indonesia. We eat soto ayam with rice.
Semarang is identified as the site of the beginning of soto development in the 19th century. Because Semarang has a strong position of being a region of meat producers at low prices, its soto uses raw materials from animal protein sources.
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