Vietnamese pho noodles in Thai spicy and sour soup with shrimp, mushrooms, and refreshing basil, a quick and easy recipe for a cold dreary day.
Vietnamese pho + Thai Tom Yum = Pho Thai
This Vietnamese and Thai fusion noodle soup is so delicious I have to share it with everyone at Fiesta Friday!
On cold dreary days, this refreshing soba (buckwheat) noodle soup with different vegetables will be a perfect meal to keep you warm and satisfied. Very simple to make and healthy, you’ll love this Asian inspired dish.
This noodle soup is soo delicious and healthy for you. Buckwheat noodles with thinly sliced cabbage, mushrooms, and julienned carrots; this soup is the perfect meal for a cold winter day. I know spring started a little over a week ago, but we’ve been having much needed rainy days this last week. I wanted something warm but not too heavy so I came up with this recipe.
A combination of spicy and sour, this Thai soup is a perfect remedy for a cold dreary day. Filled with shrimp, tomatoes, mushrooms, and onions, this soup is very flavorful and delicious.
It’s cold, cloudy, windy, and rainy. Guess what that means? It’s the perfect time for soup!
In Thai, this soup is called Tom Yum Goong, or Hot and Sour Soup with Prawns. It’s spicy from the chili peppers, slightly sour from the lemon juice, and very fragrant from the lemongrass and kefir lime leaves. This soup is a wonderful combination of so many different flavors. You will love it as much as I do.
Warm savory soup filled with noodles and chopped fresh vegetables. A perfect remedy for a cold winter day.
Is it as cold where you are as it is for me in San Francisco? The last couple weeks have been freezing! Looking out the window, you would think otherwise. It’s sunny with blue skies and no cloud in sight. But when you step through that front door, it’s as if you’re walking straight into a freezer. All I want to do all day is curl up in bed, wrapped in a nice cozy throw, reading a book. Instead, I decided I wanted to make the classic chicken noodle soup to warm me up. Except…. Guess what? I’m out of chicken. Again. Does it sound familiar? The same thing happened when I tried to make Chicken Marsala. So I ended up making vegetable noodle soup.