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    Lao beef noodle



    This is the picture of my lunch.

    Lao beef noodles: Lao people pronounced it as "fur". It is one of the favorite dishes in Laos.fresh chilli with shrimp paste and lemon. It usually costs 10,000 Lao Kip which is about a little more than US$ 1.

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    I love Fur... good stuff!!
    gotta be in the Fur shop tho... hmmm

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    Not much into them 'sort of' meatballs in your soup, but I find a bowl of Lao or VN noodle soup with real meat & fresh veg on the side to be a pretty decent healthy meal, and well suited to the climate. Cheap too.

    No mint there though- or is that just a Vietnamese thing?

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    I went into one of the local Lao restaurants in Vientiane to get a coffee, a Lao couple ordered the noodle soup, I was quite amazed at the filled up plates of green stuff they got with it, enough to feed a cow for an hour or 2, not sure if your supposed to eat all of the green stuff or just take what you want, in Pattaya your lucky to get a few bean sprouts with your noodle soup.

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    Phở is Vietnamese, not Laotian.

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    Luang Phrabang salad was always my favourite. Tangy citrus dressing. But, when I just checked on the Net, the photos were not what I had in mind.
    Welcome to TD, Lao Lady!

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    lickingsssssss lips

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooncake View Post
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    What lips you licking moon unit?

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    Seriously love the stuff. GF makes a version.

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    Looks yummy.
    The missus makes something similar.
    Cube some leftover cooked meat. Could be steak, or roast of any type. Place ina pot with some water and bring it to the boil.
    While you are bringing the meat to the boil in a pot of water, place some noodles in a bowl. Add some finely chopped cabbage, bean sprouts and chopped shallots.
    When the meat comes to the boil add it with the boiling water to the noodles and veges and leave stand for a few minutes while the noodles cook in the hot water.
    Add salt and chili powder to taste. Makes a quick and tasty meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the dogcatcher View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mooncake View Post
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    lickingsssssss lips
    What lips you licking moon unit?
    Would you just love it to be your lips?

    haha no fat chance, when it comes to NOODLES!!!!

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    oh well....I guess you're busy eating noodles too yeah?...

    btw,.my other nic is.....a noodle queen

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    No, pasta. Proper noodles, but I like Asian noodles too.

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    Lao Noodles, my poorer cousin, I really should call him sometime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmperorTud View Post
    Phở is Vietnamese, not Laotian.
    Correct, it is Vietnamese and there are a number of noodle shops selling Phở in Laos. Khao Piak Sen, on the other hand, is Laos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eskape
    OK, not nearly as bad as Cambodia...
    Never had a problem with the food in Cambodia, local or foreign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the dogcatcher View Post
    No, pasta. Proper noodles, but I like Asian noodles too.
    And the extended ideals of 'pasta' came from...??

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    Well, I have rarely had bad food in Laos. Thailand on the other hand....

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    Panda: >Looks yummy.
    The missus makes something similar.
    Cube some leftover cooked meat. Could be steak, or roast of any type. Place ina pot with some water and bring it to the boil.
    While you are bringing the meat to the boil in a pot of water, place some noodles in a bowl. Add some finely chopped cabbage, bean sprouts and chopped shallots.
    When the meat comes to the boil add it with the boiling water to the noodles and veges and leave stand for a few minutes while the noodles cook in the hot water.
    Add salt and chili powder to taste. Makes a quick and tasty meal.<

    Using real meat stock instead of boiling water actually makes it even tastier.

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    Love the Noodle, back a couple of weeks now from Vietnam, seems Pho is pronounced 'fur' down south and more like 'far' up north, good food and cant beat basil for an anti oxidant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmperorTud View Post
    Phở is Vietnamese, not Laotian.
    Easy to make and delicious !

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    Quote Originally Posted by matchless51 View Post
    Love the Noodle, back a couple of weeks now from Vietnam, seems Pho is pronounced 'fur' down south and more like 'far' up north, good food and cant beat basil for an anti oxidant.
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    - It's a Vietnamese word and pronounced 'fuh'
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