Made this for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup tag game 2013 and yummy! I did cut the recipe in half and used all chicken broth, added in some mushrooms, onions, garlic and a little red pepper flakes. Delicious! Thank you for posting and this is a keeper!
Delicious and easy also, I did not have any rice noodles so I used cooked thin spaghetti and also added in 2 teaspoons crushed red chili flakes, thanks for sharing Brooke!
This was excellent. The veggies we added included carrots, celery, garlic and mandoline-sliced red pepper. In addition to the fish sauce, we added hoisin. Topped with lots of cilantro and fresh basil. Going on the regular rotation.
Loved it! I added a about 3 tablespoons of garlic, 1 tablespoon of white pepper, 1 onions sliced up, a dash of red crushed peppers (not too much for the kids sake), then a little salt, pepper, and lime juice for taste and wow!
Easy to make, very good but it needed a little more flavor. I think that is my fault because I used a low sodium lower fat chicken broth because the sodium was way too high in this recipe for my husband who has high blood presure.I also followed the advice of other people who reviewed this and also used green scallions and angle hair pasta. I would make again but I will use a salt substitute the next time. Otherwise very good soup!!!
Great light lunch for a rainy Sunday afternoon! Made exactly as directed except instead of cilantro I added just a few green onions finely chopped. We loved the spinach in here! Thanks for posting Brooke! [Made for Holiday Tag February 2010}
So easy to make!! The flavor was great too. I only used 1 tablespoon of the fish sauce to cater to DH's taste and only added the cilantro to my bowl too (DH again, lol). The rice noodles I used were a bit thicker I think so I followed the box instructions to let them soak for 20 minutes - this worked out perfectly. It was a really nice treat for Saturday afternoon.
This was FABULOUS! The only change I made was to use all chicken broth in the soup instead of the mixture of broth and water called for. I added sriracha sauce at the table for an extra bite of spiciness. Everyone enjoyed and it was perfect for warming us up on a chilly evening. Thanks for sharing! ~Sue