Amazing Vegan Noodles Soup Vietnamese Pho Recipe
Updated: Jul 21, 2022
Makes 1 - 390 Calories Per Serving
100g black bean spaghetti from amazon
1 pinch Wakame dried seaweed
1 tbsp malt vinegar
Vegan chicken stock
Soy sauce to taste
Lime juice to taste
1 tsp ground or fresh garlic
Any stir fry vegetables
Coriander to taste (optional) to taste
2 saucepans containing 1 ½ pints of water each
Bring both saucepans of water to the boil.
Add a good pinch of seaweed to pan ‘one’ followed by 1 ½ tsp vegan chicken stock, vinegar and garlic. This form the broth.
Place noodle into another pan once broth boiling in the first pan. Make sure all submerged and place lid on the pan.
Add the vegetables to the broth. Place lid on the pan.
Boil both pans for exactly 4 minutes.
Strain noodles and place in serving bowl.
Now add all the vegetables and a good helping of soy sauce. Add as much chilli as desired and coriander to taste and finally lime.
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I found the academic side of school very hard. Suffering from dyslexia it became apparent that the vocational side of life was my calling. This is where my love of food took the next step.
At 15, I found my love for cooking. Immediately my confidence grew and I was finally good at something. Excelling my year group with my culinary skills, at 16 I enrolled at the most prestigious catering college in the country, Westminster.
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