Ingredients

How to make it

  • Bring your beef stock to the boil and add the ginger ,garlic ,sugar ,sambal oelek and fish sauce .Bring back to the boil and simmer 2 minutes .
  • Plump the rice noodles with boiling water according to the packet directions ,and drain and keep aside ..
  • To slice the beef thinly I part -freeze and cut as thinly as possible with my sharpest knife .
  • To your serving bowls ,add the noodles ,bean shoots ,green onions and fresh torn herbs .
  • Put the beef into the stock where it will cook in 30 seconds if its thin enough .
  • Immediately ladle the broth and beef into the bowls
  • Cover the herbs and greenery bit with the broth
  • Add some lime juice to individual taste and offer finely sliced chilli to add extra oomph !
  • An explosion of fresh flavours and chilli heat ,just the thing for a hot summers day meal

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  • yennguyen 4 years ago
    Thank you for the Pho recipe. I used to labor for hours to make Pho and it still doesn't taste good. But I found this awesome new Pho-making kit called Happy Pho by this woman who used her grandparents' recipe to make them. They come in a box with a spice packet and a pack of pho noodles for 2 people. I was skeptical at first, but they have a simple recipe at the back that takes 15 mins. All I need to get is some chicken or beef broth and fresh ingredients, and the Pho that came out is absolutely delicious! It's also all natural and organic and made with brown rice. Check out their products here http://staranisefoods.com/our-products.aspx. I got them from Whole Foods in SoMa. But you can also get them from Amazon.com I think. I've also joined their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Star-Anise-Foods/111447418877428 -- and just went to their product demo for some free tasting of all flavors. Love it!
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  • huxter 5 years ago
    The Vietnamese in Melbourne seem to pronounce Pho so it rhymes with "fur " and asking for a bowl of fur always tickles my sense of humour --"was that cat or dog fur ,sir " ha ha ha
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    " It was excellent "
    lasaf ate it and said...
    A friend of mine tried to teach me how to pronounce Pho properly. Me, being of Norwegian descent, could not. However he did tell me to use lemongrass in it and that turned out great. So I made pho with a Norwegian accent.
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  • huxter 5 years ago
    Yes ,what are sometimes called rice vermicelli ,as above .I have seen them fresh in specialty shops but I buy them dry and use them quite often in all types of dishes
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  • mrgresch 5 years ago
    This looks awesome. When you say rice noodles do you mean like what Thai's use for pad thai?
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    " It was excellent "
    joe1155 ate it and said...
    Delicious!
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  • rainbowcookin 5 years ago
    wow love a good soup - have sambal oelek sitting in the fridge just askin to be used in this recipe and i am a bit of a fan of rice vermicelli too, this sounds so yum
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