Crock Pot Pho

August 17th, 2009

Pho in a Crock Pot by SteamyKitchen
(photo courtesy SteamyKitchen.com)

It takes hours and hours to make a good pot of pho. Cooks sometimes simmer their broth overnight and for 10 or more hours! So using a slow-cooker or crock pot to make pho seems like a logical and convenient way to make pho broth. Imagine how awesome it would be to walk in the door after a long day and be greeted by the delicious aroma of pho?

Jaden at SteamyKitchen offers this simple recipe for making pho in a crock pot. A crock pot, she notes, is perfect for simmer pho broth because the heat produced is not too high and can result in less evaporation than simmering on a stove. It’s critical not to skip the important steps of par-boiling the beef bones and charring the ginger and onion to produce clear, flavorful broth she adds.

Crock Pot Pho Recipe by SteamyKitchen

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One Response to “Crock Pot Pho”

  1. I am a phở lover, just going through your website makes me want to go to the kitchen, get oxtails, caramelize some onion and ginger and sip a good ol’ bowl of phở broth.

    Check out my version of phở chay and phở bò tái nạm at http://www.phamfatale.com/cat_428/tag_pho/

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