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Fit Girl Pho Soup Recipe

Fit Girl Pho Soup

Everyone I’ve spoken to seems to love the Vietnamese soup called Pho, but it’s sometimes made with MSG, sugar, and GMO ingredients. This simple, healthy recipe, let’s you customize this flavorful soup that you can make at home and feel good about eating. By glancing at the recipe, it looks like a lot of steps and ingredients, but you can use pre-cooked or left-over meat, and most of the veggies are processed in minutes in a food processor. A final note is not to omit the daikon radishes. Even though they are strong when raw, they become sweet, translucent and bring a wonderful and unique flavor to the broth that makes it taste like authentic Pho soup.

Fit Girl Pho Soup

Ingredients:

In a medium-sized pot, sauté the onion in the olive oil until the onion turns white and somewhat translucent. Add the cabbage and carrots, stirring, for about 4 minutes. Add the cauliflower rice, and stir for about 1 minute. Add the stock and stir so that vegetables are incorporated. Add the daikon. Heat on medium heat for about an hour. If soup begins to boil, lower the temperate. Taste the cabbage to make sure it’s broken down and soft to determine if it’s cooked enough. 

Add one of the following to each person’s bowl of soup:

 Add one of the following to each person’s bowl of soup:

Add as many toppings below to each person’s bowl of soup (I like to add them all):

Add the noodles and protein to the soup and mix. Lastly, add the toppings. Serve with a fork (for the noodles) and a spoon (to slurp up the delicious broth).

P.S. Take a peek at my two dairy-free, healthy cookbooks from my website: http://www.thehighfivediet.com

 

 

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