HU TIEU – Rice Noodle with Pork and Seafood Recipe

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Ingredients (6 servings)
1.5kg (3.3 lb) pork bones
500g (1.1 lb) minced pork
500g (1.1 lb) pork lean or shoulder
200g (0.5 lb) pork liver
1 dried squid (size of your hand)
1/2 cup dried shrimp
1 onion
5-inch daikon (cut into 1-inch thick slices)
1 cube rock sugar (double size of your thumb)
5-6 liter of water (for the soup pot)
1 large garlic knob, minced
2-3 shallot, minced
1/2 cup preserved radish, minced
a dozen quail eggs
600g dried noodle (Hu Tieu Dai)
Fresh greens: garlic chives, lettuce, Asian cellery ( rau can), Chrysanthemum (rau tan o), beansprouts…
Black sauce: 3 tbsp oyster sauce + 3 tbsp soy sauce + 1 tbsp sugar + 3 tbsp water. Simmer on low for 2 minutes.

Nguyên liệu
1.5kg xương heo
500g thịt heo băm nhuyễn
500g thịt nạc vai (heo)
200g gan heo
1 con mực khô loại vừa
1/2 chén tôm khô
1 củ hành tây
5 khoanh củ cải cắt lát dày 3cm
1 viên đường phèn (chừng 3 lóng tay)
5-6 lít nước
1 củ tỏi lớn
2-3 củ hành tím
1/2 cup củ cải muối
chục trứng cút
2 gói hủ tiếu khô (loại 300g)
hẹ, rau cần, xà lách, tàn ô, giá ..vv…
Tương đen: 3m dầu hào + 3m xì dầu + 1m đường + 3m nước. Đun lửa riu riu chừng 2 phút.

Music by Purple Planet


bui hongan says:

hey nhìn ngon mà bán mắc qua 8o k 1 tô ở gần nhà mình đắc nhất chỉ 40 k 1 tô thôi

Denise Morgan says:


Phuong Bui says:

wow what a excellent video !! Thank you Helen .

NguyenTamVan says:

darn helen, anh nung cac khi nhin thay emanh muon bu lon em ngay

Manda Babe says:

You are awesome

Khendra Limbu says:
Catherine Kennedy says:

Great recipe Helen.How long will condiments last after prepared?

Cao Nguyen Le says:

Helen. This is not a Vietnamese dish. This is a Chinese dish. Please respect where it comes from. I don’t know if young Vietnamese today can’t distinguish which dishes are Chinese and which dishes are Vietnamese. Surfing on the net, there are a lot of young Vietnamese who think these following dishes are Vietnamese in fact they’re Chinese:
1. Hủ tiếu
2. Hoành thánh
3. Phá lấu
4. Mì vịt tiềm
5. Bánh tiêu
6. Giò cháo quảy
7. Sâm bổ lượng (chè)

Tiffany Trinh says:

Can someone help me with the black sauce ingredients? I can’t understand what the second sauce is.

theuglykwan says:

I can almost feel the flavour orgy in my mouth but this is definitely one i will leave to the hawkers and try it out when someone else puts in all the work to make it! lol

Sreyrath Soth says:

I really like all  your videos.

danny ng says:

Sis Helen, you rock!

polly hoang says:

I held my breath when you said “Oh God, this is just a bowl of..” Thanks so much for the recipe. Love your cooking.

chhmar99utube says:

call me biased but there’s nothing like Phnom Penh pork noodle soup. and you got to have it with fried dough. make sure there’s plenty of bean sprouts for texture

Private HomeCook says:

I so love your recipes! 

Trung Nguyên says:

Hủ tíu sau khi ngâm nước sôi xong thì người ta trộn với 1 tí dầu để không bị dính

Melissa says:

I was born in south VN but I don’t like Vietnam at all after 1975. They took everything from Chinese people , houses money even their life’s the Vietnamese GOVERMENT they kick the Chinese out and back to China . A lot of Chinese people die in the ocean, and got raped by pirates , I think more than 200000 , including my relatives about five people die an lost everything

Kyle P says:

Wow, it looks amazing

Thao Nguyen says:

hi Helen, i tried the “dried” version with black sauce. it’s great. 1 quick question though, my black sauce is very runny and liquid, how can i make it look thick like yours? Thanks

Hoang Hai says:

this is : ” HU TIEU NAM VANG” ( HU TIEU Cambodian style)

Luiz says:

Helen I love your work

moonlight says:

Hu tieu is not cambodian it was invented by chinese people living in Cambodia so it’s a chinese influenced dish with some inspirations from Cambodia

Carmella says:

when you made the main pot of broth does it have a strong pork smell? I watched your banh canh  goi geo video and you boiled the bones first with vinegar to get rid of the strong smell/taste. can we do that with this too?

lh nguyen says:

Where can i buy the rock sugar?

Piano Guy says:

Thanks very much Helen. I thought you live in America

but you are in Germany.

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