For Vietnamese people, pho has long been a familiar and close dish. However, when it comes to “Vietnamese pho”, everyone will remember the delicious and fragrant bowl of beef noodle soup, but little is known about the delicious pho dishes below.
1. Pho with water
Appearing in 1907, on the street vendors, pho noodle soup is only associated with beef noodle soup, including soft blanched noodle soup and mixed with broth. After that, to meet the needs of diners, many places sold more beef noodle soup or chicken noodle soup. Or even in some places, there are unique variations of noodle soup such as ostrich noodle soup, noodle soup with hog gio, fish noodle soup, clam noodle soup, etc. However, the most special is the snakehead fish noodle soup in Que. Paint. Because pho is made from cassava, so it is more bouncy than ordinary pho. When eating, it will be boiled through boiling water, adding filtered fish, chives and roasted peanuts, bringing a strange taste to diners.
2. Dry Pho
If there is pho, it must be mentioned that dry pho, also known as fried pho. One part includes a bowl of cooked pho, bean sprouts, minced meat, fried onions or depending on your preference, you can order different fillings such as beef, chicken, swan… Similar to dry pepper, just mix well and enjoy. In addition, each bowl of dry pho is accompanied by a cup of broth made from fragrant beef bones, just eating and slurping, it is guaranteed that no matter how much pho, you will run out.
3. Pho roll
Also from familiar ingredients such as noodle soup, beef, raw vegetables… the people of the capital have transformed ordinary pho into pho roll – one of the “peaks” of Hanoi cuisine. Instead of using rice paper, people will use large noodle soup and then roll it with beef, in some places it also comes with thinly sliced omelette with soft tofu and raw vegetables. The attractiveness of pho rolls is the toughness and flexibility of the cake with the accompanying sweet and sour dipping sauce.
4. Fried noodle soup, fried noodle soup
This is one of the afternoon snacks that many young people love. Puffed fried pho is made from large noodles, folded many times and then cut into bite-sized pieces. Finally, it is deep fried, served with stir-fried vegetables with beef. From color to taste are eye-catching and attractive. Meanwhile, fried pho is a regular noodle soup, which is untangled and then put in a frying pan, forming a round rice cake. When eating, diners will feel the moderate crunchiness, fragrant rice flour without being fed up.
5. Mixed Pho
Many people often confuse dry pho (fried pho) and mixed pho as the same thing. However, the difference of this dish is sweet and sour fish sauce, making the flavor of mixed pho more intense. Depending on your preferences, you can choose from different fillings such as beef, chicken or mixed (including beef and chicken), boneless chicken legs… Finally, the owner will sprinkle more herbs. , bean sprouts, roasted peanuts, spring onions. When eating, you just need to add lemon or chili, mix well and enjoy.
Pho is a traditional dish as well as a representative of the diverse cuisine of Vietnam. Each type of pho has a unique flavor, a delicious one. And you, which pho dish do you like the most among the pho dishes mentioned above?