Servings: four as a main course.
Phõ is a classic Vietnamese soup made from a long-simmered spiced beef broth poured over cooked rice noodles and thinly sliced raw beef (the heat of the broth cooks the beef). The soup is garnished with lots of bright, fresh ingredients, like herbs, scallions, and lime. This superfast version calls for doctoring store-bough broth with the same spices, and using thinly sliced leftover steak in place of the raw meat. It’s not the real thing, but it comes close to being just as tasty, especially on a busy weeknight.
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