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Monday, 11 January 2010

Beef Pho Noodle Soup- A Pot Of Fire

Post being re-written in the mean time check here for Pho recipe we did at Fernandez and Leluu


14 comments:

  1. love it! I always order pho if I see it on a menu but never made it, feeling inspired to make my own now once I've tracked down some of those pho stock cubes of course

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  2. Beautiful!

    Your story about how hard it is to achieve consistency when making Pho and about making it with love reminds me of reading Secrets Of The Red Lantern and their family secret recipe!

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  3. Looks great! Will have to give it a try sometime! Thank you!

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  4. God, I really am GUTTED to have missed this yesterday!

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  5. The secret is out! This will sit in my favourites until i have need of decent Pho (the best I ever had was in a canteen in Melbourne in 2000).

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  6. gorgeous! can't wait to try to make this myself - yours was an absolute show stopper, thanks so much for having us over! xx

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  7. I need some of this in my life! Looks fabulous!x

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  8. I can't wait to make this. The best Pho I've had so far has been at Mien Tay in Battersea - rich and deeply flavoured.

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  9. Fab! I've a wee bit of an obsession with pho, have had for years. The politics behind it, overnight stocks, it's a real labour of love. I don't rate Song Que at all either, found it really bland the few times I went . The best pho I have had was in asydney where the standards were so high. I was very impressed. I've yet to go to Vietnam though.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe, I look forward to trying it.

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  10. Wow, I definately will look out for Pho on the menu. It looks delicious and easy to make

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  11. Thank you so much for all your comments! Its the first time we have had so many. I always knew everybody loves Pho but it didn't occur to me how many people don't know how to make Pho - once tried (a good bowl) there is no going back, and once tried cooking and mastering it, its a lifetime of searching for that perfect taste and blend. It becomes a ritual; a strict and obsessive Pho ceremony that you have created for yourself - probably for self gratification.

    The moment the table slurps and slurrs in their first few mouthfuls of an exquisite Pho that you have made with your own 'labour of love' (@eatlikeagirl) is quite a true moment of bliss that you have orchestrated.

    We hope to serve Pho For Saigon Nights and Lunar New Year. And look forward to hearing about all your trials.

    Best Wishes Uyen (& Simon)

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  12. I was one of the lucky ones to try this delicious Pho last Sunday @ Fernandez & Leluu's. This has to go down in history as the BEST pho i have ever tasted. I will be cooking from this recipe for many years to come. Thanks Uyen.

    Luiz @ The London Foodie

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  13. I am definitely going to try your recipe. I've been looking for a good pho recipe for ages.

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  14. When I move home I won't have my trusty cookbooks for a few months. I know what i must do now. Practice Pho, practice, practice practice. Thank you for sharing such a special recipe with us, along with all your tips.x

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