The noodle soup with a colourful history: Pork and Prawn Noodle Soup, otherwise known as Mì Tôm Thịt. A spin-off from another dish (Hu Tieu Nam Vang), Mì Tôm Thịt hails from south Vietnam. A splash of Cambodian and Chinese influence injects a refreshingly unique twist on its other noodle soup cousins.
Increasingly popular since the 1960s, Mì Tôm Thịt is traditionally based around fish balls and pork mince. We align ours with a more popularised version, loved across Vietnam. Add crispy pork belly and fresh prawns to egg noodles in chicken broth. Squeeze in half a lemon. Top with bean shoots and spring onion. We guarantee it’ll cause quite a stir in the household. Literally.
* Please ensure you refrigerate your meal box ingredients if not being cooked immediately. Spring rolls will need to be placed in the freezer if not cooked immediately.
* Please ensure you refrigerate you meal box ingredients if not being cooked immediately. Spring rolls will need to be placed in the freezer if not cooked immediately.
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