Vietnamese Pho

Traditioanl Pho is a clear beef broth with white rice noodles called b├ính pho 
and slim cuts of beef on top. You can also top it with chicken, pork, or shrimp!
 To keep this recipe light and healthy I omit the noodles.

You'll Need- 
5 Cups of Broth (beef, chicken, or vegetable)
2 Eggs (one scrambled, one whole)
2 Teaspoons of Fish Sauce 
Water Chestnuts
2-3 Thai Chili Peppers (sliced)
Fresh Parsley 
Fresh Bean Sprouts

Bring the broth, chilies, and fish sauce to a boil. Stir in the scrambled egg. Next crack the whole egg and drop it in the broth. The egg will take about 5-6 minutes to be fully cooked. Next drop in a handful of each: parsley, mushrooms, and water chestnuts. Simmer for a minute or so and then remove from heat. 

Add in the bean sprouts and chives. Garnish with a few drop of sriracha. 

You can also top with chicken, beef, shrimp, or pork! (I didn't add any meat this time around!)

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