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Every day in Vietnam millions of bowls of pho are served. This is always considered the most famous and most attractive dish of Vietnamese cuisine in the eyes of international visitors.

Pho is a traditional dish of Vietnam, can also be considered as one of the typical dishes for Vietnamese cuisine. The main ingredients of pho are pho noodles and broth (or broth as the Southern name) with thinly sliced ​​beef or chicken. There are also spices like soy sauce, pepper, lemon, fish sauce, chili ... These spices are added according to the taste of each user. Pho is usually used as a breakfast or at night, but in big cities this dish is enjoyed throughout the day. Provinces in southern Vietnam and some other regions of pho are presented with a plate of herbs such as onion, bean sprouts and coriander leaves, basil, of which coriander is the typical leaf of pho; However, in Hanoi, there is no plate of this raw vegetable. Pho is usually beef or chicken noodle soup, but sometimes there are other variations such as pork noodle, shrimp noodle, frog noodle, though not very successful.

Pho soup water is usually used for boiling water from beef bones (if the housewife does not have much experience to deodorize beef bones, it can be replaced with pork bones), with many spices including cinnamon, star anise, ginger. Roast, cardamom, cloves, coriander seeds, dry roasted onions. The meat used for pho is beef (with all kinds of beef, dull, dandruff is re-cooked or fully cooked) or chicken (old chicken boiled, tear meat for sweet sweetness). "Pho" is traditionally made from rice flour, coated into thin sheets and cut into fibers. Pho is always enjoyed when it is hot. To get a good bowl of pho depends very much on the experience and know-how of the processor, which is especially important for the pot of broth.

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TQDnebh3
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This post is kind of blah. Is it just to promote your website?

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sory but not really. This is truly a delicious dish in my country. You can refer to google or your relatives and friends who came to Vietnam and enjoyed this dish.

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This whole website is about pho so most everyone already know what pho is. There is no need to "introduce" it the way you just did with the post. I am Viet as are many members on here. Some are pho restaurant owners and operators. The majority of those who are not Viet are already very knowledgeable about pho.

There are a number of incorrect information from your post:

There are also spices like soy sauce, pepper, lemon, fish sauce, chili

Most of these are not what are considered spices except maybe for black pepper if that's what you meant. Also there is no soy sauce in pho.

plate of herbs such as onion, bean sprouts and coriander leaves, basil, of which coriander is the typical leaf of pho

Only maybe coriander leaves and basil are considered herbs. The rest are not. Also the phrase "of which coriander is the typical leaf of pho" makes no sense at all.

variations such as pork noodle, shrimp noodle, frog noodle

There are no such pho variations as you listed. The dishes you mentioned have their own names, and they're definitely not pho.

That's just the first paragraph. The content in the second paragraph is just too poorly worded in too numerous places so I won't point them all out. Needless to say this looks like a very poor translation of Vietnamese text to English (maybe using Google Translate or similar).

I'll leave it on for now but may moderate it as needed.

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@chuynh

Thanks for the reminders, but each country has different special flavors and recipes. The important thing is there, not the seasoning or whatever, those are ingredients to make the noodles more delicious.

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