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    • Faux Pho Ramen

      Ramen Pho Create your own Faux Pho with a delicious cut of flank steak, seasonings and some ramen noodles!
      • 1 tbs canola oil
      • 1.5 lbs flank steak, very thinly sliced against the grain
      • 4 cups beef broth
      • 4 cups chicken broth
      • 1 cup water
      • 4 packets of ramen noodles (discard spice packet)
      • 2 tbs soy sauce
      • mung bean sprouts
      • chopped basil
      • sriracha

      Heat oil in a large pot over high heat. Add beef and cook until just browned, stirring often. About 3 minutes. Transfer to plate using tongs, preserving juices in the pot.

      Ramen Recipes- faux pho

      Add bok choy to pot and cook till wilted, stirring often. Add broths and water. Stir and cover, bring to a boil.

      Reduce heat to simmer, add ramen and soy sauce. Simmer until noodles become soft.

      Re-add beef. Cook until hot.




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      Serve with chopped basil, bean sprouts and sriracha.

      Ramen Pho

         February 9th 2014
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