Let me start by saying: this is not real pho. Real pho is a lengthy process that involves gently simmering beef bones, various cuts of meat, charred onions and other aromatics for hours to produce a clear and yet richly flavored and lightly spiced broth. If you've never had real pho, I highly recommend seeking out the nearest Vietnamese restaurant and diving into a bowl as soon as possible. Dare I say it is more satisfying than chicken soup? Those spices are everything. Remember that the ...
NYT Cooking: This recipe uses a mixture of hoisin and fish sauces as braising liquid, and is a riff on an old Corinne Trang recipe for wok-fried rib tips. It results in a vaguely Vietnamese tangle of pulled pork that is best accompanied by a bright and cr
For pho, it& legitimately all about the intensely delicious broth. And thanks to the flavor-concentrating power of the pressure cooker,.
The key to the Vietnamese noodle soup pho is in the broth. Beef bones, onions, star anise, ginger, and fish sauce get simmered for 6 to 10 hours to create a rich and flavorful base for this hearty and comforting soup.
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