Recipe Suggestions

The Art of Whole Food’s broths can be used to create healthy Vietnamese Chicken or Beef Pho’s. They are quick and easy to create, just heat the broth, add meat, noodles and herbs. For a paleo version why not swap the rice noodles for zucchini noodles! We’ve provided recipes for each below. Both are servings for 2.

Vietnamese Beef Pho Recipe

Ingredients

600g (1 packet) Vietnamese Pho beef broth
125g thick rice noodles
200g beef sirloin, sliced as finely as possible across the grain
¼ cup mint leaves
¼ cup basil leaves
1 cup bean sprouts
2 spring onions finely sliced
1 red birdseye chilli finely sliced
Lime wedges to serve

Method

  1. Place rice noodles in a large bowl and cover with boiling water, leave to rest until soft then drain.
  2. Bring beef broth to the boil to reheat.
  3. Divide the noodles between serving bowls. Place sliced raw beef on top of the noodles, pour over the broth then garnish with bean sprouts, mint, coriander, spring onion & chilli. The hot broth will cook the beef.
  4. Serve with a wedge of lime and enjoy!

 

Vietnamese Chicken Pho

Ingredients

600g (1 packet) Vietnamese Pho chicken broth
125g thick rice noodles
2 chicken breasts sliced thinly
¼ cup mint leaves
¼ cup coriander leaves
1 cup bean sprouts
2 spring onions finely sliced
1 red birdseye chilli finely sliced
Lime wedges to serve

Method

  1. Place rice noodles in a large bowl and cover with boiling water, leave to rest until soft then drain.
  2. Bring chicken broth to the boil and reduce to a slow simmer, add the sliced chicken breast and poach it until just cooked through.
  3. Divide the noodles between serving bowls. Place cooked chicken on top of the noodles, pour over broth then garnish with bean sprouts, mint, coriander, spring onion & chilli.
  4. Serve with a wedge of lime and enjoy!

Why not add your own selection of vegetables to make it even more nutritious such as shredded cabbage, Chinese broccoli, spinach leaves, bok choy, snow peas, mushrooms, zucchini noodles, chilli sauce for an extra kick.

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