Enjoy this warm and delicious Vietnamese Beef Pho from the comfort of your own home!
Normally I like to make soup once or twice a week during the cold winter months. However, this winter has been abnormally nice, so I haven’t been craving soup. That being said, I still love to make soup whether it’s hot or cold outside. There is something comforting about a big bowl of hot soup.
When I go to a Vietnamese restaurant, one of my favorite items to order is soup. Specifically Pho. Pho soup usually consists of rice noodles, beef or chicken, lime, bean sprouts, and of course, some spice. And there’s nothing like a little spice to clear out your sinuses!
I love the intense flavour of this soup, and now that you have this recipe, you don’t need to go to a restaurant to enjoy a big bowl of Pho.
Don’t worry about putting raw beef in the hot soup, it cooks fast but still stays nice and tender. The kids loved the bean sprouts and noodles, but I didn’t add the Sriracha hot chili sauce to their bowls.
Don’t forget to squeeze a slice of lime over top!