Vietnamese Prawn Pho. Pho (pronounced 'fuh') is the umbrella term for Vietnamese noodle soup. Although usually made with beef, this version uses prawns and packs a spicy punch! This recipe has been submitted by the Good Food community.
The only ingredient that needs to go into the soup pre-cooked is chicken. I don't trust that it will cook thoroughly. Easy Shrimp Pho at Home Pho, pronounced 'fuh', is a Vietnamese specialty that features a subtly sweet and aromatic broth, rice noodles and fresh, vibrant garnishes including lime and jalapeño. You can have Vietnamese Prawn Pho using 13 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Vietnamese Prawn Pho
- You need 3 of chopped chillis.
- You need 1 tsp of crushed Garlic.
- Prepare 1 tsp of crushed Ginger.
- It’s 2 cm of piece of Ginger finely sliced (shavings).
- Prepare 1 stick of lemongrass crushed.
- It’s 800 ml of vegetable stock.
- Prepare 2 tbsps of fish sauce.
- Prepare of Fresh coriander.
- You need of Fresh mint.
- It’s 200 g of cooked king prawns.
- It’s 100 g of rice noodles.
- It’s 100 g of beansprouts.
- Prepare 4 of spring onions trimmed and sliced.
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Vietnamese Prawn Pho step by step
- In a medium pan fry the Crushed Ginger & Garlic, lemongrass and chillis gently for a few minutes. Pour the stock in carefully and bring to the boil. Simmer gently for at least 15 minutes but I spent half an hour just to give the broth a more intense flavour.
- Add the Prawns, spring onions, fish sauce, beansprouts, the mint and coriander, saving a little for the final decoration of the dish. Cover with a lid and gently warm through. In another pan of boiling water cook your noodles for about 4 minutes.
- Add your cooked noodles into warmed bowls, remove the lemongrass from your broth and pour generously into your bowls, garnish with coriander and mint. All the best and enjoy ?.
I made a twist on the original and used chicken broth and shrimp instead of beef. Pho can be made a number of different ways. Pho has achieved a rise in popularity nationwide in the last decade. Pronounced, "fah," Vietnamese noodle soup is basically broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles called "bánh phở," a few herbs, and meat. The noodles should be tender and the prawns turned pink and cooked through.