Pho Premium PD Recipe

2014-12-16

I have paid great respect to this beloved Vietnamese soup by keeping all the unique spices exactly the same, and removing all of the saturated fat found in the original. This big bowl of clear, dark, flavorful broth, filled with noodles and the excitement of the aromatic fresh toppings will have you simmering up a batch on the regular.

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Comments (7)

  1. posted by Lisa Allphin on November 4, 2018

    Wow! This is delicious!

  2. posted by Marie on April 21, 2016

    Have you ever prepared the broth in a slow cooker?

    • posted by Julie Marie on April 22, 2016

      It’s not necessary to cook it for a long time. You can try it if you’d like, but if you have a stove I’d suggest cooking it stove top.

      • posted by Marie on April 26, 2016

        Ok thanks. I used the slow cooker to simmer broth while I was at work.. Put the rest together when I got home..Think it turned out great and the house smelled so good too! My Vietnamese friend approved!!! Thanks

  3. posted by Vibeke Vale on March 2, 2015

    OMG, I cannot wait to make this for my kids!

  4. posted by veganinblack on February 24, 2015

    I’ve never eaten traditional version of Pho and had no idea what to expect, its very different and unique. I love the use of all the different spices. its also very easy and I can see making all sorts of veggie combinations with this soup. For my 1st attempt I added noodles, edamame, and sliced shiitake mushrooms.

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