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Vietnamese-Style Beef & Noodle Broth

April/May 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Inspired by pho--traditional Vietnamese soup--this one-pot meal is garnished with crunchy mung bean sprouts and chopped fresh basil. You could also serve it with lime wedges and a bottle of Asian chile sauce, such as sriracha, on the side.



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"My children love Vietnamese food, however I found this a little bland and had to add more spice and soy sauce. Still I will try it again, but with chicken rather than beef. Another family favourite is Thai Chicken Green Curry, which is...
Vietnamese-Style Beef & Noodle Broth

24 Reviews for Vietnamese-Style Beef & Noodle Broth

02/03/2016
Anonymous
Stop. Find another recipe.

Such a waste of fresh ingredients. Flavorless. Not remotely Asian-flavored. Yuck. Look elsewhere.

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03/08/2015
Anonymous

I found a Tai broth made by Swanson, used that instead of chicken broth. It can be a little strong for some people, you could cut it with broth. Add any veg you may have in the fridge. The premade broth made a world of difference.

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06/25/2014
Child friendly!

I used regular sodium broth and chicken and it was a hit! I will make it again.

My daughter loved it!
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12/15/2013
Anonymous
Shouldn't even say inspired by pho

The title sums it up. This is a terrible interpretation of an assumption of Vietnamese food. It is comparing "Chinese" take out to actual Chinese food.

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09/08/2013
Anonymous

I used lean ground turkey instead of flank steak. Browned the turkey halfway, then added the bok choy and cooked for about 3-4 mins. Also added sliced green onions and sliced shitake mushrooms, a little red pepper flakes, and definitely more soy sauce. I think it turned out pretty good and I know it's healthy.

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