• Serves 4
  • 25 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 13 Ingredients


This healthy and hearty winter pho packed with nutrients, and is the perfect warmer when the temperature drops.

A Vietnamese soup dish, pho is typically a broth, rice noodles, herbs and meat and the beauty is you can use up anything you have in the veggie crisper!

Winter Pho

Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 300 g Beef (of your choice)
  • 4 Garlic cloves
  • 2 Limes
  • 1 Ginger knob
  • 80 ml Fish sauce
  • 1 Coriander bunch
  • 1 Mint bunch
  • 5 Spring onion sprigs
  • 250 g Udon noodles
  • 100 g Bean shoots
  • 1 Handful of fried shallots
  • 1 tsp Raw sugar
  • 60 g Bone broth (Nutra Organics)


  1. Put large pot on stove on high with oil. Add thinly sliced beef to pot. Removed once cooked.
  2. Boil 2L of water and add to pot.
  3. Chop ginger and garlic and add to pot.
  4. Add sugar, the zest of 2 limes, Bone Broth, fish sauce and juice of 1 lime to pot.
  5. Cook udon noodles in boiling water then add to pot.
  6. Finely chop mint and coriander.
  7. Combine all ingredients in serving bowls.


If you like spice, add chilli or Sriracha on top!

  • Yum I’ll be tucking this recipe away for the colder months!


  • This sounds perfect for the cold wintery months.


  • I didn’t realise that this is something I could make, thank you.


  • Nothing like a good pho!


  • I’m afraid as a vegetarian this is not my type of soup


  • Amazing soup indeed !!


  • Made this tonight and the hubby thought it was amazing


  • My husband just loves Pho but I am not too keen on it


  • This looks amazing!


  • Oh wow. This looks sooo good. Thanks for sharing the recipe :)


  • Just seen pho made on Masterchef and immediately thought I need to get me a recipe. Thank you for helping me out with one


  • We’ve just started getting into pho and have it often. I’ll have to give this recipe a go.


  • Sounds yum. I’ve never had any kind noodle soup that wasn’t from an instant noodle soup. Might be time to give it a go.


  • I adore pho and eat it during all seasons. It is a soup that is light and not too heavy on the stomach. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    • I add lots of chilli to my pho, love the zing, particularly in Winter.


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