Phở  Xào

Phở  Xào
Adapted recipe, originally written for Guardian Feast.

‘Phở’ means flat rice noodles. ‘Xào’ means to fry.  You can use an array of vegetables that are available to hand or in season. Here I am using Jerusalem artichokes and sugar snap peas but you can use any crunchy vegetable, sliced not too thick and not too thin. If you can’t get celery leaves or not a fan, please use Thai basil or coriander instead.

The photo recipe is without beef. The written recipe is with beef but please feel free not to use beef.
If you are, please try to use grass fed, free range beef only as I feel really strongly against industrial corn fed beef farming. (Cows are not meant …

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