PHO is the national soup Viet Nam and usually takes at least half a day to Cook, so was intrigued when I saw a packaged PHO soup. Still, I was with an all natural ingredients list, not it would be a waste of money to try Annie Chun all Natural Vietnamese PHO Soup Bowl. Annie Chun says, "our translation of this classic dish combines a savory, organic beef broth with variants of cinnamon, star anise and peppercorns together with premium, fresh cooked Chinese-style Hokkien noodles topped with scallions and bok choy."NUTRITION FACTS
Serving size: 1/2 cup (85 grams)
Total fat: 1 gram, 2%
Saturated fat: 0%
Sodium: 970 mg, 40%
Carbohydrate: 45 gram
Fiber: 2 g, 8%
Sugar: 3 grams
Protein: 6 gram
The taste was surprisingly little sweet and spicy! loved the broth. Noodles was the standard, thick noodles, and I don't care especially for eat large chunks of green onions, but still, I found this totally delish. I ended up drinking water all the broth and leaving approximately half of the noodles-on the contrary, from when I eat canned Soups.
Annie Chun all Natural Vietnamese PHO Soup Bowl contains 2 servings. each serving provides 220 calories, 2% of the daily value for total fat, 40% of the DV for sodium, 2 g fiber, 3 g of sugar and 6 g protein. This soup must hold the record for the highest amount of sodium in a packaged soups!
Ingredients list, but the quality is obvious-100% all natural, no preservatives, no MSG.
At the end of the day, however, I have to admit that Annie Chun all Natural Vietnamese PHO Soup Bowl is basically a glorified Ramen noodle bowl (albeit natural). Plus, but not to get 80% of the daily value of sodium from one meal (2 servings-which is likely to be close to 100% of the recommended daily amount).