TRADITIONAL VIETNAMESE BEEF PHO RECIPE BY TASTY
Here's what you need: mixed beef leg bones, ginger, large garlic, medium yellow onion, cinnamon, whole black peppercorn, whole star anise, beef brisket, kosher salt, fish sauce, boneless sirloin steak, flat rice noodle, fresh mung bean sprouts, small red onion, jalapeño, fresh thai basil, lime, hoisin sauce, siracha
Provided by Pierce Abernathy
Yield 8 servings
Number Of Ingredients 19
- Place the beef bones in a large stock pot, then add enough cold water to cover by 2 inches (5 cm). Bring the mixture to a boil over high heat and cook for 10 minutes to blanch the bones and remove any impurities.
- Set a rack in the upper third of the oven and preheat the broiler.
- Drain the bones in a colander and rinse under cold running water. Return the blanched bones to the stockpot.
- Meanwhile, arrange the ginger, garlic, and onions cut-side up on a rimmed baking sheet and broil on high until the aromatics are deeply charred in spots, 5 minutes. Remove from the oven and add to the stockpot with the bones.
- Meanwhile, combine the cinnamon sticks, peppercorns, and star anise in a medium skillet over medium-high heat and toast, shaking the pan occasionally, until the spices are darkened in spots and extremely fragrant, about 5 minutes. Add the toasted spices to the stockpot.
- Season the brisket liberally with salt and add it to the stockpot.
- Fill the pot with enough cold water to cover everything by 1 inch (2 cm). Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce the heat to medium to maintain a gentle simmer, skimming off and discarding any fat that floats to the top as needed, until the brisket is fork-tender, 2-3 hours.
- Using tongs, transfer the brisket to a plate and let cool completely. Refrigerate the brisket until ready to serve.
- Continue to simmer the broth to get as much flavor out of the bones as possible, 3-4 hours more.
- Using tongs, remove and discard the bones and aromatics. Slowly strain the broth through a fine mesh strainer set over a large pot. Skim and discard the fat from the broth, then stir in the fish sauce. Taste and add more as desired.
- Thinly slice the brisket. Very thinly slice the raw sirloin steak against the grain.
- Divide the noodles among 6-8 large bowls, then top with the brisket and raw steak. Ladle the hot broth over the noodles and meat and serve immediately with the bean sprouts, onion, jalapeño, Thai basil, lime wedges, hoisin sauce, and Sriracha alongside.
VIETNAMESE BEEF PHO
This soup is served with a plate full of fresh garnishes as well as various sauces. This allows each person to season their serving to taste. The soup is somewhat unusual, because the meat is cooked in the bowl. The beef is sliced very thin, almost thin enough to see through. You might want to have the butcher slice it for you. The boiling hot broth is poured over the noodles and raw meat. The meat is quickly cooked in the hot broth in the time it takes to garnish the soup. From allrecipes.com
Provided by ngibsonn
Yield 6 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 17
- In a large soup pot, combine broth, onion, ginger, lemon grass, cinnamon, and peppercorns.
- Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and cover.
- Simmer for 1 hour.
- Arrange bean sprouts, mint, basil, and cilantro on a platter with chilies and lime.
- Soak the noodles in hot water to cover for 15 minutes or until soft.
- Place equal portions of noodles into 6 large soup bowls, and place raw beef on top.
- Ladle hot broth over noodles and beef.
- Pass platter with garnishes and sauces.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 515.4, Fat 11.8, SaturatedFat 4.8, Cholesterol 56.8, Sodium 3294.2, Carbohydrate 72.8, Fiber 3.8, Sugar 4.1, Protein 27.9
SIMPLIFIED VIETNAMESE BEEF PHO RECIPE
Our Simplified Vietnamese Beef Pho recipe has the hallmark ingredients of an authentic pho bowl and time-saving prep hacks that don't compromise flavor! The beefy broth, lightweight rice noodles, and healthy herbs come together perfectly, leaving you satisfied and refresh down to the last sip. For the full experience, make sure to have the best sauces for pho ready on the side!
Provided by Andrea Adriano
Categories Beef Pho
Number Of Ingredients 18
- Saute the onion and ginger cut-side down over hot oil until slightly charred. Set aside.
- In a large pot, heat the staranise, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom and coriander over medium-high heat for about 3 minutes or until fragrant.
- Add in the charred onion, ginger, beef stock, and stir.
- When your broth reaches a simmer, reduce to heat to medium-low and allow the soup to simmer for 30 more minutes.
- Strain and discard the solid ingredients and stir in the fish sauce and sweetener into the hot broth. Season to taste.
- As your broth simmers, cook the rice noodles on a separate pot according to package instructions.
- Drain then briefly rinse the noodles with cold water to prevent them from continuing to cook.
- Start by portioning the noodles in serving bowls, followed by the steak.
- Pour the simmering broth and submerge the steak completely so it cooks.
- Top each bowl with your preferred garnish and finish it off with a squeeze of lime.
- Serve hot with sriracha and hoisin sauce on the side.
Nutrition Facts : ServingSize 2-3
VIETNAMESE BEEF PHO
This soup is served with a plate full of fresh garnishes as well as various sauces. This allows each person to season their serving to taste. The soup is somewhat unusual, because the meat is cooked in the bowl. The beef is sliced very thin, almost thin enough to see through. You might want to have the butcher slice it for you. The boiling hot broth is poured over the noodles and raw meat. The meat is quickly cooked in the hot broth in the time it takes to garnish the soup.
Provided by Ben S.
Number Of Ingredients 17
- In a large soup pot, combine broth, onion, ginger, lemon grass, cinnamon, and peppercorns. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and cover. Simmer for 1 hour.
- Arrange bean sprouts, mint, basil, and cilantro on a platter with chilies and lime.
- Soak the noodles in hot water to cover for 15 minutes or until soft. Drain. Place equal portions of noodles into 6 large soup bowls, and place raw beef on top. Ladle hot broth over noodles and beef. Pass platter with garnishes and sauces.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 527.9 calories, Carbohydrate 73.1 g, Cholesterol 50.7 mg, Fat 13.6 g, Fiber 3.9 g, Protein 27.1 g, SaturatedFat 5.4 g, Sodium 2843.8 mg, Sugar 4 g
Try making this delicious Vietnamese broth as something different for dinner. It's full of classic Asian flavours along with sirloin steak and noodles
Provided by Elena Silcock
Categories Dinner, Main course
Number Of Ingredients 16
- Tip the beef stock along with 500ml of water into a large saucepan. Sit the onion and ginger in a frying pan over a high heat and char on all sides, around 3-5 mins (you can also do this under your grill). Once charred, add to the beef stock. In the same pan, toast the spices for 2-3 mins and once they begin to smell fragrant, add them to the beef stock as well. Bring the stock to the boil, then turn to a simmer and cook for 30mins before straining.
- Meanwhile, cut the fat from the steak and wrap in cling film, then put into the freezer for 15 mins - this will make your steak really easy to slice! Slice it thinly, then cover with cling film again and pop into the fridge.
- Taste the beef stock and use the palm sugar, fish sauce and soy to season. Cook the noodles according to package instructions and split between two bowls, topping each with the sliced beef. Bring the stock to the boil and then pour into the bowls (the heat will cook the beef). Top each with the spring onions, chilli slices and herbs. Serve with the lime wedges to squeeze over.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 471 calories, Fat 18 grams fat, SaturatedFat 8 grams saturated fat, Carbohydrate 44 grams carbohydrates, Sugar 15 grams sugar, Fiber 6 grams fiber, Protein 29 grams protein, Sodium 3.83 milligram of sodium
PHO (VIETNAMESE NOODLE SOUP)
Pho is one of Vietnam's most well-known dishes. For many families, the cooking of the dish is a true labor of love and care. With its aromatic broth, slurpable rice noodles and many delicious garnish options, it is very easy to customize a bowl to suit your tastes. -Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Provided by Taste of Home
Yield 12 servings
Number Of Ingredients 29
- For Dam Toi, which is used as a garnish for northern style pho, in a small bowl, combine sliced garlic, 1 cup water and 3 teaspoons salt. Cover and refrigerate overnight; drain. In a small jar, combine sliced garlic and vinegar. Heat remaining 1 cup water until hot; add to jar. Stir in sugar, remaining 1 teaspoon salt and chiles. Cover and let stand at room temperature overnight., In a large saucepan, cover beef bones with 2 liters water. Add 2 tablespoons salt and cider vinegar. In another large saucepan, cover boneless beef with remaining 1 liter water, remaining 2 tablespoons salt, wine and sliced ginger. Cover both saucepans and refrigerate 2 hours; drain (discarding ginger from boneless meat). Add enough cold water to each saucepan to cover bones and meat. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Boil 3 minutes; drain both saucepans and rinse bones and and boneless beef., Preheat oven to 425°. In a stockpot, cover bones and boneless beef with enough cold water to cover completely (about 5 liters). Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, skimming and discarding foam occasionally. Simmer until foam starts to collect more slowly, about 30 minutes., Meanwhile, arrange whole onion and whole ginger on an ungreased baking sheet. Roast until slightly charred, 10-15 minutes, turning occasionally. Remove and discard charred skins; set aside., In a dry small skillet, toast cinnamon sticks, anise, cardamom pods and coriander over medium heat until aromatic, 1-2 minutes, stirring frequently. Cool. Place spices on a double thickness of cheesecloth. Gather corners of cloth to enclose spices; tie securely with string. , Once foam is no longer collecting on surface of broth, add onion and ginger and spice bag. Stir in salt, MSG if desired and rock sugar. Simmer, uncovered, until beef is tender, about 1-1/2 hours. With tongs, remove beef to a large bowl; cool slightly. Wrap beef tightly in foil and refrigerate. , Continue simmering broth, uncovered, until broth is light golden brown and fragrant, 2-5 hours, stirring occasionally and removing any foam that collects on the surface., To serve, cook Banh Pho according to package directions; set aside. Remove beef from refrigerator and thinly slice against the grain. For each serving, in a small colander, add an individual portion of noodles and beef. Lower colander into simmering broth until beef and noodles are heated through. Add beef and noodles to a serving bowl. Top with additional broth, about 1 cup. Serve with garnishes as desired.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 507 calories, Fat 8g fat (3g saturated fat), Cholesterol 79mg cholesterol, Sodium 1351mg sodium, Carbohydrate 58g carbohydrate (3g sugars, Fiber 2g fiber), Protein 44g protein.
PHO BO: VIETNAMESE BEEF NOODLE SOUP
Pho is a classic Vietnamese noodle soup, supposedly invented in Hanoi in the early 20th century. With this dish, everything's about the broth-if you don't have the right broth, you don't have the dish. Reprinted with permission from "Vietnamese Home Cooking," by Charles Phan. Published by Ten Speed Press.
Provided by Charles Phan
Yield 6 servings
Number Of Ingredients 26
- For the beef stock: Preheat the oven to 350 F. Bring a large pot of water to a boil; add the oxtails, neck bones, and shank bones. Return the water to a boil and cook for 3 minutes. Drain into colander and rinse the bones thoroughly under cold running water. Rinse the pot and return the oxtails, neck bones, and shank bones to the pot. Add water, slowly bring to a simmer, and cook for at least 6 hours. Meanwhile, roast the onion and ginger on a rimmed baking sheet for 40 minutes.
- Add the roasted onion and ginger to the simmering stock, along with the cinnamon, star anise, clove, cardamom pod, pepper, and palm sugar. Add the beef brisket and cook for 30-45 minutes; remove and allow the stock to continue to simmer, skimming off any scum that rises to the top. After 6-8 hours, remove pot from the heat and use a slotted spoon to discard the large solids. Strain the stock into soup pot through a fine-mesh sieve. (Note: To store, let cool completely; then transfer to airtight containers and refrigerate for up to 3 days or freeze for up to 3 months. Makes 6 quarts.)
- For the soup: Thinly slice the top round and use the back of your knife to tenderize the meat slices; set aside. Slice the cooked brisket against the grain in thin slices; set aside. Blanch the bean sprouts in hot water; set aside. Season the stock with a few pinches of salt and fish sauce to taste.
- Warm a serving bowl in hot water. Place the dried rice noodles in fine-mesh sieve; submerge the sieve in hot water and gently stir with tongs, 5-10 seconds. Place the cooked noodles in the warmed serving bowl. Top with brisket; then add a few slices of the top round and some chopped scallions and cilantro. Ladle the hot broth into the bowl, being careful not to submerge the top round. Serve immediately, accompanied by optional garnishes.
VIETNAMESE BEEF AND RICE NOODLE SOUP (PHO)
If you've ever eaten Vietnamese food and not had this, you have been missing out. Very good and pretty healthy. I'm sure someone from Vietnam could critique this to death. I've had lots of Vietnamese food and this tastes pretty authentic.
Provided by Kevin Young
Yield 4-6 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 22
- Place the oxtails in a large stockpot and add the water.
- Bring the water to a full boil, then reduce heat and bring water to a simmer.
- Scrape any scum off the top of the water and discard.
- Cut the onion in half and peel off the outer portion.
- Place on a baking sheet along with the ginger and broil in the over about 20 minutes, making sure not to blacken it.
- Turn over halfway through.
- Allow to cool.
- Place the star anise, cloves, cinnamon, and fennel seeds in a piece of cheesecloth and tie it shut with twine.
- Add the spice pack, onion halves, ginger, bay leaves, salt, and fish sauce to the broth.
- Allow the broth to simmer at least 5-6 hours (to your taste) uncovered.
- Remove the spice pack, onions, ginger, and bay leaves and discard.
- Remove the oxtails and set them aside.
- When cool enough to handle, remove the meat and trim of any remaining fat.
- Set the meat aside and return the bones to the broth.
- Allow the broth to simmer another hour or two until you achieve the desired taste then remove the bones.
- You may adjust the salt, but you don't want it too salty.
- Soak the rice noodles in COLD water 15-20 minutes, while starting a large pot of water boiling.
- While the noodles are soaking, place the cilantro, basil leaves, mint leaves, sliced onions, sliced scallions, and bean sprouts on a serving platter.
- After the noodles have soaked, place them in the boiling water and allow to cook until tender, but don't let them get mushy.
- It should only take a couple minutes.
- Rinse the noodles in cold water if not serving immediately.
- When ready to eat (you can do this earlier, like when you're boiling the water for the noodles) return the broth to a rolling boil.
- Place the noodles in a serving bowl and arrange the sliced meat (leftover oxtail meat if desired) over them.
- Ladle the boiling broth over the noodles and beef, making sure to cover the meat.
- Serve and allow each person to place the desired amount of garnish from the platter, hoisin sauce, and sriracha in their own bowl to taste.
PHO BO (VIETNAMESE BEEF-AND-NOODLE SOUP)
In Vietnam, where there is enough rain, heat and sun to grow almost anything in large quantity, herbs are treated much like what most Americans consider "eating" greens. They sometimes form the bulk of salads and soups and are often used as wrappers, seasonings and condiments. Here, a pile of fresh herbs are served alongside this classic Vietnamese beef soup, so diners can add to taste. Basil, cilantro and mint are critical, but chervil, lovage, parsley, shiso, dill, marjoram and other tender herbs work, too.
Provided by Mark Bittman
Categories pastas, soups and stews, main course
Yield 4 servings
Number Of Ingredients 15
- Soak rice noodles in hot water to cover.
- Meanwhile, combine stock, star anise, cinnamon, ginger, onion and cloves in saucepan; turn heat to high. When mixture boils, turn heat to low, and cover. Let cook, undisturbed, for 20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on how much time you have (the longer the cooking, the deeper the flavor). Strain, and return to saucepan; turn heat to medium.
- Bring pot of water to boil. Drain noodles, add them to pot, and boil for 30 seconds; drain well. Warm 4 large bowls by filling them with hot water; discard water. Divide noodles among bowls.
- Turn heat under soup to medium, and add beef; stir once, and then turn off heat. (The meat is traditionally left rare; if you want to cook it more, go ahead, but these slices will cook through in less than 2 minutes.) Add fish sauce or soy sauce and plenty of pepper to the soup. Taste, and add salt or more seasoning, if necessary.
- Top noodles with broth and meat, and then bring to the table. Serve, passing lime wedges, scallions, chilies and herbs at the table, so that everyone can add them to taste.
Nutrition Facts : @context http, Calories 698, UnsaturatedFat 12 grams, Carbohydrate 80 grams, Fat 23 grams, Fiber 5 grams, Protein 41 grams, SaturatedFat 8 grams, Sodium 1905 milligrams, Sugar 14 grams, TransFat 0 grams
Authentic South Vietnamese Style Pho. A comforting richly seasoned beef broth is ladled over rice noodles and thinly sliced beef. Add hot sauce and plum sauce to taste and top with cilantro, basil, lime juice and bean sprouts.
Provided by LETT101
Number Of Ingredients 22
- Place the beef knuckle in a very large (9 quart or more) pot. Season with salt, and fill pot with 2 gallons of water. Bring to a boil, and cook for about 2 hours.
- Skim fat from the surface of the soup, and add the oxtail, radish and onions. Tie the anise pods, cinnamon stick, cloves, peppercorns and ginger in a cheesecloth or place in a spice bag; add to the soup. Stir in sugar, salt and fish sauce. Simmer over medium-low heat for at least 4 more hours (the longer, the better). At the end of cooking, taste, and add salt as needed. Strain broth, and return to the pot to keep at a simmer. Discard spices and bones. Reserve meat from the beef knuckle for other uses if desired.
- Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Soak the rice noodles in water for about 20 minutes, then cook in boiling water until soft, but not mushy, about 5 minutes. Slice the frozen beef paper thin. The meat must be thin enough to cook instantly.
- Place some noodles into each bowl, and top with a few raw beef slices. Ladle boiling broth over the beef and noodles in the bowl. Serve with hoisin sauce and Sriracha sauce on the side. Set onion, cilantro, bean sprouts, basil, green onions, and lime out at the table for individuals to add toppings to their liking.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 1314 calories, Carbohydrate 101.6 g, Cholesterol 484.6 mg, Fat 35.7 g, Fiber 3.3 g, Protein 139.3 g, SaturatedFat 13.8 g, Sodium 2101.2 mg, Sugar 2.2 g
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