Pho is a ubiquitous local dish that is most commonly eaten for breakfast; although, it is served throughout the day. The Vietnamese answer to fast food, pho is rice noodles and meat, most often chicken or beef, but occasionally pork, in a steaming broth.
Pho is served with a heaping plate of fresh greens and bean sprouts and usually a selection of spicy sauces and sliced hot red chili peppers. It is eaten with chopsticks and a large spoon; although, the spoon is used more for stirring and mixing than for eating. Throw in some sprouts, a few greens, a pepper or two and some sauce, mix it all up and enjoy! Eat the noodles and the meat, leave the broth.
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