“Phở” in Vietnam means rice noodle soup and “Bò Kho” does beef stew. Each bowl is typically accompanied by a bed of flesh vegetables.
“Cà ri” is the Vietnamese term for curry stew. Vietnam has a long history of trading with India dating back to the second century. Indian spices and curries may have been in Vietnam since then. Here I post “Cà ri gà” (literally “Curry chicken”), a popular version of Vietnamese curry made with chicken, carrots, sweet potatoes in a coconut milk sauce and mix of savory spices.
Phở consists a light chicken or beef broth with banh pho noodles and lots amount of fresh herbs. The noodles are made with pristine white rice flour and sold in markets. In fact, it’s practically one of the Vietnamese’s most loved dishes.