Asian L.A. FARMS Beef Bone Broth Soup

An Asian Beef Bone Broth Soup with rice pho noodles topped with roasted Shiitake, spinach, carrots and scallions for a bowl filled with flavors and a touch of heat.


The Soup
L.A. FARMS Bone Broth
1 garlic clove minced
15g of grated ginger
2 tbsp of chilli in oil
3 tbsp of soy sauce
1 tsp of sesame oil
salt or fish sauce to taste

The Toppings
pho noodles (rice noodles)
10 shiitake mushrooms
3 carrots

Heat the L.A. FARMS Bone broth to the pot and heat it then add the rest of the soup ingredients
Add the pho noodles 60 minutes prior usage in cold water to soften them up, when your soup is ready simply add them to a pot of boiling water for about 1 minute
Roast in the oven or sauté in the wok the carrots and mushrooms (15 minutes 180°C (350F)) with a light spray of oil and salt
Drain the noodles and add to a preheated bowl (with the help of the boiling water from the noodles or with the oven residual heat)
Cover with the hot soup and the toppings
Add extra chilli in oil or hot peppers on the table to adjust heat and soy sauce or fish sauce to adjust the salt

The benefits of bone broth

Bone broth contains lots and lots of minerals as well as collagen, glutamine, glycine and proline which have great healing properties for the gut and reduces inflammation. The gut being the core of your immune system, the one that regulates and fights against intruders, you need to take good care of it. In other words, bone broth is what “oil” is to your car, you need it to help your body function properly.

This magic liquid is also believed to heal many “gut problems”. If this wasn’t enough, bone broth is also filled with minerals that help strengthen your bones and help relieve joint pain. It also contains collagen that gives your skin a nice glow. At the end of the day… it’s practically a magic potion for eternal youth.

Recipe from The Foodolic