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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Pho Bo: a Filipino's attempt at this Vietnamese fave Beef Noodle

 Mongo Sprout -- it will be cooked in the serving bowl 
when the hot soup is added with the rest of the ingrediants 
or you may prefer it blanched quickly.

 Bads said she bought celery and this is it. hahaha! Lettuce. 
Well, this will do as veges side dish. So, we missed the celery for this recipe.

 Quail eggs and chopped spring onions. 
The white part, about 2 inches from the root, 
goes to the beef broth.

 The boiled rice noodles. I forgot. I rather want the rice noodles 
to be placed in the basin and poured with hot water; it will be cooked too.

 Beef and the beef broth. Fish Sauce should be used but we have soy sauce, 
spring onions, salt, and pepper only...

 oops, already devoured???

 Shoot before we eat... shelled shrimp is added too.

 Joshua is salivating already 
but he has to give way to the shooting.


 The three happy Pho Bo eaters!!!
Phở (Vietnamese pronunciation: [fə̃ː]  ( listen) is a Vietnamese noodle soup, usually served with beef (pho bo) or chicken (pho ga).[1] The soup includes noodles made from rice and is often served with basil, lime, bean sprouts, and peppers that are added to the soup by the consumer.