Vietnamese Beef & Rice Noodle Soup | Pika Chakula

Vietnamese Beef & Rice Noodle Soup

2012-10-01

Ingredients:

For the beef stock:

  • 900 g/2 lb meaty beef bones
  • 1 large onion, peeled and quartered
  • 2 carrots, peeled and cut into chunks
  • 2 celery stalks, trimmed and sliced
  • 1 leek, washed and sliced into chunks
  • 2 garlic cloves, unpeeled and lightly crushed
  • 3 whole star anise
  • 1 tsp black peppercorns

For the soup:

  • 175 g/6 oz dried rice stick noodles
  • 4—6 spring onions, trimmed and diagonally sliced
  • 1 red chilli, deseeded and diagonally sliced
  • 1 small bunch fresh coriander
  • 1 small bunch fresh mint
  • 350 g/12 oz fillet steak, very thinly sliced
  • salt and freshly ground black pepper
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Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Marlon P on Feb 4, 2013

    I dont want to feed my dog canned food from the supermarket, does anyone have any recipes to make inexpensive homemade dog food? This is to feed a bullmastiff so it needs to have lots of chunky meat/bones etc.

  2. posted by HASTHEANSWERS on Feb 11, 2013

    raw/barf feeders only please, unless you know what you’re talking about. Just as a snack, not a meal. She wants to chew on something and her teeth are bad, she can only handle raw bones for some reason

  3. posted by tjpimpin on Mar 17, 2013

    I don’t feed raw, but Bruiser gets beneficial snacks sometimes instead (or in addition to) his meals.

    I give my Bruiser some sort of raw, meaty bone to keep his teeth clean on a bi-weekly basis. I usually give him knuckle bones, but this time, I could not find any, so I got some beef neck bones. Should I have gotten a marrow bone instead?

    He also get carrots, bananas, and eggs (some white in a shell, because sometimes he likes eating the shell too). Are there other beneficial snacks I can give him?

  4. posted by dealy on Mar 19, 2013

    How do I get a crab stock as rich as any other stock? Seems every time I make it, I don’t get the fat content out of crab shells, like you would out of pork, chicken, or beef bones.

  5. posted by _marky_mark_ on Mar 20, 2013

    I know that poultry bones aren’t good for dogs, but what about beef bones? I’ve read that you shouldn’t give bones to dogs because bone fragments can damage them inside, but I also know people who have given beef bones to their dogs without any problem. Have they just been lucky with their dogs? Does the size and age of the dog matter? (My dog is a miniature poodle puppy.) Does it matter whether the bones are cooked or raw? Or should I just stick to the chew toys that she has now?

  6. posted by henryshensbcglobalnet on Mar 21, 2013

    I’ve heard you can do it if you toss peeled garlic cloves with olive oil and throw it in the crockpot for 1.5-2.5 hours. Is this safe? Has anyone heard of this?

    I would do it in the oven but our oven is not working right now and we are trying to replace it
    I DO NOT NOT HAVE AN OVEN.

  7. posted by Chester on Mar 26, 2013

    I just bought some peeled garlic cloves from the grocery store, and I want chop them and then store them in the fridge so I can use it when I need it.

    I have heard that you have to store it in oil for it to stay fresh , True?

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