A blend of aromatic spices brings the traditional complex flavors of pho to a vegetarian version.
Pho has a reputation for requiring a long, slow simmer -- and this reputation is true, for the meaty version. Fortunately, it takes much less time to extract maximum flavor from a potful of vegetables. A blend of fragrant spices ensures that this pot of broth will have all the complex, warm flavors of the pho broth you know and love, while charred ginger and onion add sweetness and depth. This soup is as customizable as you want to make it -- once you have the broth, you can add any vegetable, noodle, condiment, or protein you might desire.
Serves 4-6. Adapted from Vegan Eats World.
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