Marymount B.L.O.G.S


June 28, 2014 | Leave a Comment

Pho is something I grew up eating; my mother has been making it for as long as I can remember. Pho is a beef noodle soup that originated in Northern Vietnam. It is made from slow simmered beef bones with roasted onion and warming spices. It is prepared by placing various cuts of beef over rice noodles and then pouring the boiling broth over top. This can be the cooking process if thin cuts of raw beef are chosen as a topping. This is all presented with leafy greens, mung bean sprouts, fresh lime wedges, and flavorful sauces including sriracha hot sauce. There are a lot of places to get pho in the area; my biggest recommendation is to go to a place that almost exclusively serves it as opposed to a place that has a variety of Vietnamese food. Their depth of broth will almost always be better and with pho soup the best broth is king.


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