Next week’s Top Pick focuses on a ready-made base for for phö—one of the world’s great soups.
But if you’ve got time on your hands this weekend, you may want to make some from scratch.
This recipe starts with beef shanks, oxtail, onions, ginger and star anise in a stock pot. Sliced beef and optional tripe make it meaty.
While Chef John Mitzewich of FoodWishes.com spends time bemoaning the fact that he didn’t buy oxtail for his soup, he gives you the “correct” recipe.
And with all due respect, you can ignore Chef John’s comment that phö is supposed to be a “painfully hot dish.” As with many recipes that come from the Pacific Rim, you should adjust the level of heat for your American palate.
Find more of our favorite soup recipes in our Soups & Stocks Section.
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