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Maduranese lamb soup, also known as Soto Madura, is a traditional Indonesian soup originating from the island of Madura. The soup typically contains lamb meat or ribs, vegetables, and aromatic spices.

To make the soup, the lamb meat is first boiled in water along with spices such as garlic, ginger, lemongrass, and bay leaves. Once the meat is cooked through and tender, it is removed from the broth and shredded.

The broth is then further seasoned with more spices and a mixture of coconut milk and chicken broth is added. The soup is usually served with a variety of toppings such as hard-boiled eggs, fried shallots, chopped scallions, and crispy fried onions.

Maduranese lamb soup is known for its rich and complex flavor, with a perfect balance of sweet, salty, and savory notes. The combination of tender lamb meat and fragrant spices makes it a comforting and satisfying dish, often enjoyed as a hearty meal on its own or as part of a larger spread.

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