Beef Pho Soup With Rice Noodles & Vegetables
October 11, 2011 - Fearlessly Archived - Still a fun read, price & availability may have changed.
Beginning our Asian culinary adventure, we head to Vietnam, a country whose cultural history dates back more than 4,000 years. With culture comes cuisine, and Vietnamese culinary history is just as rich as that of its culture. Over time, fresh herbs and vegetables, and cooking with very little fat, have become hallmarks of Vietnamese cooking. Trader Joe's Beef Pho Soup, our take on a classic Vietnamese favorite, embodies all that and more.
Pronounced "f'uh," pho is a savory soup that's a staple of Vietnamese cuisine. It's a long, laborious process that involves hours of simmering and adding ingredients at just the right time to ensure the ideal combination of flavors. Trader Joe's Beef Pho Soup starts with this savory beef broth, adds tender slices of beef, rice noodles and vegetables like carrots, red bell peppers and onions. Add a little water, heat for just a few minutes and you’re rewarded with a hearty meal in a bowl. Want to make it even more authentic? Add a squeeze of lime and marvel at how the flavors marry… happily ever after.
We're selling each six ounce package of Trader Joe's Beef Pho Soup for $2.99, a happily ever kind of price if we ever saw one. You'll find it in our freezer case.