Soup With Beef Broth Recipes
Delicious soup with beef broth recipes from www.nonnascooking.com
Chicken salad with jellyfish
Chicken salad with jellyfish | Vietnamese salads are typically fresh and light, combining sweet, spicy and sour elements with fragrant herbs and crunchy toppings. The classic Vietnamese chicken salad (gi gà) has long been an Australian favourite and here we share Luke Nguyen’s version, inspired by his travels along the coastal regions of Vietnam, in particular Nha Trang, where both fresh and dried jellyfish are used widely in cooking. Although jellyfish does not have a strong flavour, it is priz
Assam laksa | "This is my all-time favourite Malaysian dish. Whenever I go back to Kuala Lumpur, my first thought as the plane hits the tarmac is to make a bee line for the closest assam laksa I can get my hands on. Unlike the more well-known coconut-milk based curry laksa, the base broth is made from fish, tamarind and torch ginger flower, resulting in a lovely, sour, fragrant soup, served with chewy, translucent noodles and garnished with the lively flavours of fresh pineapple, cucumber, red
Bollito misto served with mustard fruits and salsa verde
Bollito misto served with mustard fruits and salsa verde | This may sounds unappealing – an array of boiled meats cooked in the same broth – but if you can get hold of excellent–quality raw ingredients, the results are astonishingly good. Simply use water if you don’t have any stock handy - the meats will flavour it as they cook. Traditionally, the cooking broth would be eaten as a soup for that meal or another one later on. I’ve gone for a bit of Anglo with my Italian, hence the corned beef!
Beef noodle soup (pho bo)
Beef noodle soup (pho bo) | Sold from street food carts all over Vietnam, this comforting rice noodle soup is no stranger to Australian palates. The word pho is thought to originate from the French dish, pot-au-feu, which also features a broth made from simmering beef bones and beef cuts, with plenty of aromatics. Pho became a popular Vietnamese dish in the mid-1900s and today, there are variations across the country. Our recipe is closer to the Southern Vietnamese-style pho, which tends to have
Cuban shredded beef with capsicum (ropa vieja)
Cuban shredded beef with capsicum (ropa vieja) | Literally meaning ‘old clothes’ ropa vieja is named after the tradition of using 'second-hand’ meat that is first used to make a broth for soup. This Cuban shredded beef dish is very popular and is often served with rice, boiled taro or cassava.