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Homemade Pho, Popular Vietnamese Rice Noodle Soup » wandering tummie

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Jun 29

Homemade Pho, Popular Vietnamese Rice Noodle Soup

 

 

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Who says you can’t have fun with food? Or at least have fun with the name. If you feel the urge to curse at someone, rather saying the “F” word, feel free to say What the pho?! 😀 That’s like cursing but not really cursing. LOL!

You’ve probably heard many variations of use for the word “pho” if you are at all familar with this popular Vietnamese noodle soup. Like, oh I don’t know, What the pho? Pho reals? Pho sure! Pho-gettaboutit! Pho sizzle! Photastic! Photuristic. This beloved Vietnamese rice noodle soup is not only fun to eat but especially fun to say!

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It’s pronounced “fuh”, not “foe” or “faw”. It’s a northern Vietnamese rice noodle with chicken-based soup, topped with chicken, beef, or meatballs. And depending on your taste, you can have the beef already cooked or choose to have raw slices on top of your bowl and let them cook themselves in the hot soup. Pho is typically garnished with minty veggies and bean sprouts, completed with brown Hoison sauce and all-time favorite Asian chili Sriracha.

And you know what makes it the most yummy? When it’s homemade. 😀 My aunt makes great noodle soups, and pho is no exception. At this rate, forget going to restaurants! I’ll just come over to her place everyday for dinner. 🙂

 

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