I’m still not sure I like pho, but that’s okay.
This soup is the perfect combination of the best of both worlds, from the simple to the complex.
I’ll give it a try.
Read More … and the soup is loaded with pho’s trademark spices, such as ginger, coriander, garlic, cinnamon, and allspice.
The soup is creamy, with plenty of flavor and a creamy texture, which helps to keep it from becoming too runny.
The broth is made with water, and that’s where the fun begins.
The rice is cooked, adding more protein, and the chicken broth adds the body and umami, which is good, because it’s a great base for the soup.
The broth has a slightly thicker texture than regular pho broth, but it has enough liquid to fill your stomach.
If you’re worried about the broth being too runnier than you’d like, you can make it even thicker by adding more broth.
The chicken broth also contains a lot of umami flavor, which adds a nice, smoky flavor to the soup, making it perfect for serving over rice or noodles.
In a bowl, stir in the chicken, the rice, the vegetables, and some broth.
After the broth has simmered for a while, it’s time to cook the noodles.
The first thing to do is to rinse the noodles, which takes about five minutes.
The next step is to add the shredded chicken to the pot.
You want the chicken to be crisp, but not soggy, so you want to cook it quickly, but be careful.
When the chicken is done, remove the chicken from the pot and set aside.
Cut the chicken into cubes, and then add the rice and vegetables.
Stir everything together, and cook until the noodles are cooked through.
(You don’t have to add as much broth as I usually do, just enough to make sure they’re soft and not falling apart.)
Serve the soup over noodles and rice, and top with a dollop of sour cream.
I’ve had some success using my homemade broth, because I like to saute some garlic on the side for extra flavor.
You could also substitute the chicken stock for pho stock if you want.
Pho broth is so simple, it can be easily made at home, and you can buy the broth in a store.
Phon nam is a popular Vietnamese noodle dish, and is usually served with a bowl of rice.
If the broth is a little thinner than usual, you could add a bit more broth to make it thicker.