Thin, flat Vietnamese rice noodles – or bánh phở – are traditionally used in Vietnam’s most famous noodle soup dish, phở. Phở is made with bánh phở noodles and thinly sliced beef in a chicken and beef broth, topped with freshly squeezed lime juice and a selection of garnishes – fresh coriander, Thai sweet basil and sliced red chillies are the most popular. For many Vietnamese, phở is their defining cultural dish. Traditionally phở is served as a nourishing breakfast dish – the spicy fresh chilli garnish wakes you up and the carbohydrates in the noodles keep you going throughout the day.
Once cooked, you could also stir-fry the bánh phở noodles with a little beaten egg and serve with stir-fried meat and vegetables, or simply add them to soups. A
To cook, boil the noodles vigorously in water with a pinch of salt and a dash of vinegar for 6-8 minutes until tender.
Ingredients: rice flour (50%), water (30%), tapioca flour (19%), salt (1%)
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