Now available wherever books are sold!
I am so proud and pleased to announce the release of my first cookbook with a renowned international publisher (Quarto Publishing Group)!
Whether you are cooking for one or ten, Simply Pho brings healthy homemade pho noodle soup and all the fixings straight to your table. You’ll learn how to put together the perfect bowl of piping hot pho–both authentic and quicker weeknight versions–in a myriad of ways!
Simply Pho includes a delicious fusion of 75 Vietnamese recipes with 60% focus on noodles, including 18 variations of pho (soup and non-soup versions, with beef, chicken, roasted duck, seafood, vegan, etc.), vermicelli and glass noodle dishes, appetizers, sandwiches, drinks and desserts. The book combines stunning photographs of both studio shots and on-location shots with me shopping, eating and cooking in Da Nang- my hometown.
The first chapter guides you through all what needed to make a perfect bowl of Pho, from the tools, the broth to the aroma and the noodles. You’ll also learn best tips to cook dried pho noodles as well as how to make fresh rice noodles from scratch.
Each recipe come with many shopping and cooking tips to help you sort out the right ingredients and acquire high chance of success. Ingredients and measurements are provided in both US and Metric system.
How to get a copy?
Who is Helen Le and how did she become a cookbook author?
Trim: 8 x 10 in.
ISBN: 9 9781631063701
Color photographs throughout
Race Point Publishing, an imprint of Quarto Publishing Group QuartoKnows.com
Distributed by Hachette Book Group
What they say:
Beautifully done cookbook. It is so reminiscent of Martha Stewart’s “Great Food Fast” which is another of my favorite cookbooks. The photographs and layout are so nicely done and the recipes are concise and easy to follow. Many tips are given regarding the various dishes. I just can’t say enough about the quality of this book and recipes. I have watched this young author for years on her Youtube channel and make my soup stock the “asian” way of bringing meat to the boil for several minutes and then rinsing the scum off of the meat and returning it to a clean pot and water for simmering. This makes for a very clear broth. The author and this book are delightful. You won’t go wrong if you want to learn to cook some very tasty VietNamese dishes. Good luck Helen! And thanks!
I love Helen’s YouTube channel and am delighted that the book is written as approachably as her videos. I am a very mediocre cook, but following her instructions is simple, and I’ve gotten some pretty decent results.
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