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Vietnamese Pho

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Adjust Servings:
10 cups Water
1 lb Beef bone Marrow Boil
1 half Onion Cut in Half
5 loves Garlic Smach
1 pack Gia Vi Phò Bò Paste
2 pack Rice Flat Noodles Boil
1 lb Beef Tripes Boil
1 lb Thin Beef Steak 1/2 boil and the other half raw
1 pack Vietnamese Meatballs Boil
1 bushel Basil
1 bushel Cilantro
2 Cups Bean Sprouts
1/2 cup Jalopeño
1 cup Green Onions
1 cup Yellow Onions Jullienne cut
2 Lime Cut into 4
Hoisin Sauce
Sriracha Sauce
Chili Oil

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Vietnamese Pho

  • 2 Hours and 30 minutes
  • Serves 6
  • Medium


  • Broth

  • Toppings

  • Sauce



Vietnamese Pho is one of my favorite soup dishes. The pleasant mix taste of sweet, savory, spicy, and sour taste that explodes inside your mouth, all in one like a firework. The good magical explosion to your mouth will make you dance in every slurped and bite. This dish was first introduced after the Vietnam war to its refugees.


Vietnamese Pho is famous around the world due to its signature soup broth that consists of prolonged boiling of beef bones, and it infused with spices and herbs ytterligare resurser.


To make the best Pho, you will need to have a lot of patience to get the light yet the most flavorful taste of this fantastic soup. Typically, the ingredients to make the broth will consist of coriander pods, cloves, cinnamon sticks, star anise, fennel seeds, and beef bones. But in this recipe, I will show you the best, yet simple way to make Vietnamese Pho, without waiting too long to infuse the broth.

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Step 1:

Combine all wet ingredients and cook for two hours. Occasionally skim to make it clear broth. This is what I use for Pho paste that taste exactly the same as the original process


Step 2:

Prepare a bowl will flat rice noodles and add the broth and prepared toppings and sauces


Step 3:

Serve and enjoy!


Hi there! Welcome to Asiancooking101. I'm Diane Fredericks, I love cooking and blogging. Enjoy m recipes! :)

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