Hey there strong people! If you’re reading this, thank you for checking out my website! It has been a little while (more than a little actually) that I have published a recipe. The reasons for that are coming in a later Blog post I am working on. For now, I will keep this short and sweet.
If you love Pho, a warm Vietnamese broth that is way to complex for me to describe, you will love this easy at-home version! Side-note confession: I LOVE GROCERY SHOPPING. I would spend hours in the grocery store if I didn’t have a dog at home. In one of my trips to Walmart, while venturing through the “gluten free” isle in the frozen section, I came across a bone-broth I had never seen before: Nona Lim Bone Broth. There were several different flavors and the Vietnamese Beef Bone Broth caught my eye! Once at home I followed the simple heating instructions and it was super tasty! I just drank it straight from the container! Then, I had the idea of adding veggies, meat and ALL the wonderful pho toppings traditionally served at restaurants. It is truly wonderful! Scroll down for the recipe.
Zoodle PhoPrint Recipe
- Nona Lim Vietnamese Pho Beef Bone Broth (entire serving)
- 1 small zucchini (100g)
- Bean Sprouts
- Lime Juice
- Hot Sauce (Sirracha)
- Red Pepper Flakes
- Salt & Pepper
Use a "spiralizer" to make zoodles with small zucchini.
Follow the heating instructions for the bone broth if frozen. If it is liquid, pour it in bowl with raw zoodles and heat in a small pot until it starts to reach a boil or microwave for 2-3 minutes. The hot broth will cook the zoodles.
Once hot, top with all the listed and desired toppings.
OPTIONAL: cooked steak, chicken, or shrimp.