Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Slow Cooker Pho (Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup) from Steamy Kitchen

Use a slow cooker to simmer the broth and then make the Vietnamese noodle soup called Pho!

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The Vietnamese noodle soup called Pho (pronounced fuh) is a classic Asian dish that's now a hit in Vietnamese restaurants all over the world.  The long-simmered broth seasoned with Asian spices is what makes this dish unique, and in this recipe for Slow Cooker Beef Pho from Steamy Kitchen Jaden has discovered that using a large-size CrockPot to make the broth makes this dish much for accessible for the average home cook.  You'll still need to make a trip to the Asian market for some spices you probably don't have in the pantry, but if you're a lover of Pho I'm guessing you might also love this idea of making it at home.

Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
  • beef bones
  • onion
  • ginger
  • Vietnamese Pho Spices
  • water
  • fish sauce
  • sugar
  • fresh or dried rice noodles
  • flank, london broil, sirloin or eye of round steak
  • Vietnamese beef balls
  • limes
  • cilantro
  • Thai basil
  • mint
  • chili peppers
  • bean sprouts
  • Hoisin sauce
  • Sriracha hot chili sauce
Get complete instructions for Slow Cooker Beef Pho at Steamy Kitchen.

Slow Cooker Pho (Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup) from Steamy Kitchen found on

More Asian Dishes in the Slow Cooker:
Asian Short Ribs from Healthy Green Kitchen
Easy Korean Beef from 365 Days of Slow Cooking
Filipino Adobo Pulled Pork from Skinnytaste
Filipino Chicken Adobo from The Perfect Pantry
Thai-Inspired Butternut Squash and Peanut Soup with Red Bell Peppers, Lime, and Cilantro from Kalyn's Kitchen 
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