Ramen Pho Bowl at Home

Berta Lily
by Berta Lily
2 bowls
20 min

Big fan of Asian cuisine in this house but sometimes I rather make it at home to save on the travel and cost. Ramen, Pho bowls are pretty easy to make and are inspired by something I get at my favorite Vietnamese restaurant (except as you'd expect, the OG is better then the imitation ;)

I start with the Ginger broth from Trader Joes which is my favorite broth. I always keep it on hand if someone in the house is under the weather!

I boil the broth in a pot with carrots, snow peas and mushrooms.

Once the soup is boiling, and I do mean BOILING, you can pour it over your ramen and beef.

I got this Ramen at Costco (it wasn't my favorite but I wanted to give it a try).

This is why you will want the soup very hot because you will need it to cook the ramen and the shaved beef.

A tip is to cover the bowl with a pot lid to trap the heat.

Once the beef looks cooked and the ramen is soft, I add a hard boiled egg and enjoy!

Recipe details
  • 2  bowls
  • Prep time: 5 Minutes Cook time: 15 Minutes Total time: 20 min
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  • container broth
  • 1/2 cup shaved carrots
  • 1/2 cup mushrooms
  • 8 snow peas
  • square of ramen
  • shaved beef
  • hard boiled egg

boil broth, shaved carrots, mushrooms and snow peas in pot until rolling boil
pour over ramen and shaved beef
hard boil an egg and add on top