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Pho - Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

Noodle and beef

  • 500-600 g Fresh rice noodles
  • 400 g Beef, Eye fillet, tenderloin or another lean, tender cut

Stock

  • 3 centimetres ginger, Peeled
  • 2 cloves garlic, Peeled
  • 1 brown onion, Halved
  • 10 g Pho spice (unground), Star anise, cinnamon quill, cardamon pod, fennel seeds, coriander seeds
  • 15 g sugar
  • 40 g fish sauce
  • 2 tablespoons TMX Beef Stock Paste
  • 1500 g water

Herbs

  • 200 g bean sprouts
  • 4 sprigs Asian coriander
  • 1 sprig spring onion
  • 4 sprigs thai basil
  • 1/2 lemon or lime
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Recipe's preparation

    Broth
  1. Place ginger and garlic into mixing bowl and chop 3sec/speed7.

    Add onion then chop 2sec/speed5.

    Add pho spice, sugar, fish sauce, stock, stock cubes and water. Cook on Varoma/30mins/Reverse/Speed2

    While broth is cooking, prepare noodles by rinsing noodles in boiling water in the thermoserver, then drain.  Keep warm in the thermoserver.

    Thinly slice beef and lay evenly on top of the noodles.

    Wash and dry bean sprouts and all remaining ingredients. Cut lemon/lime into wedges.  Arrange all this on a serving platter for the table.

    Pour cooked stock, via the thermobasket to strain out solids and spices, into the thermoserver containing the noodles and raw beef.  The hot broth will cook the beef (you way want to stand it with the thermoserver lid on for 5mins).

    Serve communal pho at the table accompanied by fresh herbs and lemon wedges.

     

     

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  5. Asian beef balls can be added to the broth 5mins before the broth is completed.  This adds texture and extra protien!

    For lower carbs and higher protein, reduce rice noodles and replace with bean sprouts, increase beef and add beef balls and/or shredded steamed chicken.

    A typical dipping sauce for the beef would be Hoisin, chilli sauce and chilli oil sauce.

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  • Hubby is a Pho connoisseur and was impressed by...

    Submitted by aldopham on 2. June 2017 - 15:38.

    Hubby is a Pho connoisseur and was impressed by the smell and flavour! We can now have pho as a mid-week dinner. Thanks heaps for sharing.

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  • My family loves Pho and this is god sent.My family...

    Submitted by Lina Wilkie on 24. February 2017 - 11:11.

    My family loves Pho and this is god sent.My family loves it so much.Thank you. I added chicken carcase in the busket which tastedd really good too.

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  • I've made this recipe so many

    Submitted by shaymaree on 15. November 2016 - 14:34.

    I've made this recipe so many times. I've used the soup base for dumplings and meatballs. I usually add a chopped chilli and 30ml of lime juice for even more flavour. I recommend using your own stock for an amazing meal but for a quick and easy meal there is no need.

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  • This is so quick & easy &

    Submitted by Lisamary1969 on 7. October 2016 - 20:31.

    This is so quick & easy & deliciouS! My 8-year-old boys loved it. Will definitely make again. Just need to get the spices right ie cardamom pods etc. L  tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • I was disappointed with

    Submitted by moomin on 20. June 2016 - 17:34.

    I was disappointed with another pho recipe i tried on the community - i prefer this one. 4yo loved it, 2yo didnt.

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  • Thanks for your rating!  It

    Submitted by Mr Protein on 29. October 2015 - 00:29.

    Thanks for your rating!  It is such a great and easy dish to make.  Something different and a crowd pleaser tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • forgot to add the stars!

    Submitted by little monkeys on 27. October 2015 - 12:20.

    forgot to add the stars!

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  • easy to make, great flavours.

    Submitted by little monkeys on 27. October 2015 - 12:19.

    easy to make, great flavours. I couldn't find spice mix at my local asian grocer so used your suggested recipe on the comments. My fussy eaters demolished seconds!

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  • Hi Ouongy thanks for taking

    Submitted by Mr Protein on 21. August 2015 - 15:33.

    Hi Ouongy thanks for taking time in rating the recipe... Glad you liked it!

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  • This was really good and

    Submitted by Ouongy16 on 21. August 2015 - 09:18.

    This was really good and quick and easy. Even my 3 year old loved it!

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  • Made this recipe for friends

    Submitted by ThermoAbbott on 24. January 2015 - 00:08.

    Made this recipe for friends and it was a complete hit. Easy to make and a fabulous flavour. Thankyou,

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  • Sorry, forgot to add the

    Submitted by heathermagoo on 20. January 2015 - 22:41.

    Sorry, forgot to add the stars. Definitely 5!

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  • This recipe was absolutely

    Submitted by heathermagoo on 20. January 2015 - 22:40.

    This recipe was absolutely delicious! I didn't include the star anise as I didnt have any, but it was still very much like the real pho you get in Vietnam - but saving a few hours on the stock preparation! Will definitely be making this a staple in our household.

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  • I'm glad you enjoyed it! And

    Submitted by Mr Protein on 7. November 2014 - 00:19.

    I'm glad you enjoyed it! And using your own beef stock would be much better... I'm just lazy! We cook this recipe at least once a week And we hardly go out for pho anymore because I can cook this up in half an hour. Apart from the salt content and as long as you don't have too much noodle (replace with Veggies ++), it's a great healthy low fat, high protein and low GI meal. Great post workout food and its traditionally enjoyed Afro breakfast lunch or dinner!

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  • I finally cooked this and it

    Submitted by soreramasanki on 6. November 2014 - 20:23.

    I finally cooked this and it was DELICIOUS!  I did what you recommended in your comment and made up the portions of spices for the pho spice.  This will definitely be cooked again and again and again.  We used home made beef broth.  Thanks for the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I usually use 1/2 to 1

    Submitted by Mr Protein on 20. July 2014 - 02:57.

    I usually use 1/2 to 1 cinnamon quill, 3 star anise, 1 cardamon pod, and then the rest of the 10g made up of equal parts of the cloves and seeds.  I would recommend visiting an Asian grocer and simply buying a packet of (unground) 'Pho Spice' containing a mixture of all the above. About $2.50 and it'll last for 4-5 times. Google 'pho spice packet' and take a look at some of the pictures to see what I mean.

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  •   Hello  This recipe looks

    Submitted by soreramasanki on 11. June 2014 - 21:13.

     

    Hello tmrc_emoticons.)  This recipe looks great.  Should I just add approximately equal amounts of the ingredients to make Pho Spice?  Thanks!

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