1. What is Rolled noodles – Phở cuốn?
One of the most delicious dishes in the world, this traditional dish is always the pride of Vietnamese national cuisine. For a long time, people have been used to dishes such as beef noodle soup, chicken noodle soup, etc. However, with creativity, besides water noodle dishes, Hanoians have created variations to create other dishes such as fried noodle soup, Mixed Pho, Stir-Fried Pho…, and even more outstanding is still Phở cuốn.
Phở cuốn is a dish originating from pho, first appearing at the Pho restaurant at the intersection of Ngu Xa Street, Nguyen Khac Hieu Street, and Hanoi. This pho shop opens at night to serve guests who go to watch football. One day, a customer came to the restaurant to enjoy pho at night, but the restaurant ran out of broth, and only a few noodles were left.
And so the owner came up with a way to take out the thin rice paper, let it dry, then roll it with meat, and herbs, and don’t forget to make a bowl of flavorful dipping sauce. After enjoying the meal, the customer constantly praised the creation of this interesting and impressive dish of the owner. The noodle dish was born.
Since then, Phở cuốn has made a mark in the hearts of Hanoians and has become a unique culinary culture that not only locals but also tourists love.
2. Recipe for Phở cuốn
Although not an old dish, Phở cuốn is still a familiar face and carries the culinary culture associated with the Hanoi people. Phở cuốn is chosen by everyone on the daily meal menu because it possesses a unique flavor that is not mixed with any other dishes while not being picky at all.
I believe that, even for those who are not familiar with kitchen work or do not possess a “gift” for cooking, you will still complete this Phở cuốn well because of the simplicity of ingredients and preparation to the way food is prepared. Let’s try to cook the dish with our Pho cuon recipe.
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5 steps to prep rolled noodles (Phở cuốn) like a ProCourse: Uncategorized
Rolled noodles (Phở cuốn) are also one of the unique dishes of Vietnamese cuisine. Everyone knows that pho is a “national soul” dish of the Vietnamese people, moreover, it is known and loved by international friends. However, today, I will not introduce this traditional dish anymore but will be a more novel version. It’s also pho, but it’s pho roll!
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I believe that even those who are not familiar with kitchen work will still be able to complete this Phở cuốn well because of the simplicity of the ingredients, and the preparation of cooking the dish.
Without having to cook complicatedly, without wasting time and effort, you still have an attractive pho roll for family and friends.
500g rice noodle rolls
300 grams beef tenderloin
50 grams lettuce
20 grams coriander
20 grams oregano
20 grams oregano
2 garlic bulbs
1 fresh chili
1 branch of ginger
3 tablespoons white wine
2 tablespoons cooking oil
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
1 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon seasoning
1 tablespoon cooking oil
Seasoning with fish sauce
1 tablespoon vinegar
2 tablespoons fish sauce
2 tablespoons sugar
1/2 lemon juice
4 tablespoons filtered water
- Step 1: Prepare ingredients
Wash the beef and cut it thinly. Marinate the meat with spices, and let it infuse for 15-20 minutes.
Lettuce and herbs wash with water, then soak in salt water for 10 minutes, then drain.
Remove the skins of the shallot and garlic, then crush and mince them.
Peel the onion and slice it thinly.
Maybe you also want to try to cook beef noodles with our recipe.
- Step 2: Stir-fry beef
Saute onion, and minced garlic in cooking oil.
Add the beef and onion and stir-fry over high heat and stir well. When the beef is cooked, remove it to a plate.
- Step 3: Roll pho
Spread pho noodles on a flat surface, arrange lettuce and herbs in turn.
Spread the stir-fried beef evenly over the raw vegetables.
Cleverly roll pho noodles by hand, just eat.
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- Step 4: Make “pho cuon” dipping sauce
Add fish sauce, sugar, vinegar, lemon juice, filtered water, minced chili peppers to dissolve together, adjust to taste, just eat.
- Step 5: Done
The pho rolls are round, beautiful, and hand-tight. The delicious beef flavor blends with the freshness of vegetables wrapped in pho leaves, dipped with sweet and sour sauce, creating a harmonious and easy-to-eat taste.
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