Vietnamese Pho

Pho is a Vietnamese dish of thinly sliced meat and noodles. It can be cooked in myriad ways so there is sure to be some method to suit your palate. Try these Vietnamese pho recipes to determine your favorite.

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Chicken Pad Thai

Better Homes and Gardens

This traditional Asian stir-fry is fast, easy, and flavorful. A perfect week night meal that combines chicken, bean sprouts, and rice noodles with a crunchy peanut topping.

Coconut Chicken Noodle Bowl

Midwest Living

When you start with a rotisserie chicken, this Asian noodle bowl comes together quicker than a takeout delivery can arrive. Coconut milk and fish sauce impart authentic flavor.

Pork Pho

Family Circle

Pho-Flavored Flank Steak Lettuce Wraps

Better Homes and Gardens

One serving of these slow cooker Steak Lettuce Wraps has just 4 carbs. Pho real. Serve them with a bowl of egg drop or miso soup for a light lunch or dinner.

Vietnamese-Style Beef & Noodle Broth


Inspired by pho - traditional Vietnamese soup - this one-pot meal is garnished with crunchy mung bean sprouts and chopped fresh basil. You could also serve it with lime wedges and a bottle of Asian chile sauce, such as sriracha, on the side.

Total: 30 mins

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Beginning a meal with a steaming bowl of soup is an important part of many Asian cuisines. And then there are soups that are meals in themselves, from Vietnamese pho to Japanese udon. This Teriyaki Beef-Noodle Soup is definitely in the latter category, combining the best of Japanese and Chinese flavors (as well as hearty meat, vegetables and a delicate Chinese noodles), while giving you shortcuts to make prep simple.

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