Pho bowls are traditionally a dish for rich, white people, and in fact the first recorded use of the word “pho” in English is from the 18th century.
The bowl’s name is derived from a word which literally means “a small, round bowl”, and it was first mentioned by a Portuguese explorer in 1636.
Its popularity has been fuelled by its relatively cheap price, its taste, and the fact that it’s relatively safe to eat.
A pho cook can prepare up to 500 pho bowls a day, with the most expensive ones costing between $250-$500.
However, if you’re hungry after a day of work, there are some things you can do to help yourself.
If you’re not in a rush, consider trying some pho on the grill.
This is the most economical way to make pho and you’ll be getting lots of good protein for your money.
Pizza and curry pho are another option, which can be enjoyed on the go with a side of rice and veggies.
And if you can’t make your own, here’s a quick guide to how to make your very own pho.
Make the pho with your handsThe first step is to prepare the phaeton.
Mix together 1/4 cup water, 1/2 cup soy sauce, 1 tbsp sugar and 1/8 cup rice vinegar.
Add the phoenix chilli and mix.
Then, add the cooked rice and stir in.
Add the remaining ingredients and mix until the phao is well mixed.
Set the phan in a bowl, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for up to three days.