Hu tieu soups are a complicated dish that includes many ingrdients.
The three most recognized types are Hu Tieu Nam Vang (hu tieu Phnom Penh style,) Hu Tieu My Tho (after the capital city of Tiền Giang Province, located in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam,) and Hu Tieu Chinese style.
The complicatedness doesn’t stop there, however, because hu tieu also means just the noodle and not necessarily in soup form.
The noodles in a bowl of hu tieu can be chewy clear tapioca noodles, opaque white rice noodles like you’d use for pho noodle soup, or thin Chinese egg noodles. The toppings cover a wide territory, and may include boneless pork, pork ribs, pork offal, shrimp, squid, wonton dumplings, fried garlic, fried shallot, and or scallion. You can pick any ingrdients you like . Hu tieu is the extreme have-it-your-way Vietnamese food experience.
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