Pho Sho

My secret santa got me a crockpot for Christmas and since we had prime rib leftovers from New Year’s Day; It was only right that Lupo and I cooked some Pho with it (or at least attempted to). I must say, it did come out pretty darn tasty and it was just perfect for a cold and rainy day.



For your soup:
1 Large Beef Rib
Half Lb Cooked Prime Rib
Half Lb Raw Thinly Sliced Beef
Pho Rice Noodles
1 can Beef Broth
1 Onion
Fresh Ginger
Star Anise
Cumin Seeds

For your garnish:
Thai Basil
Bean Sprouts
Chili Oil


  • To begin making your broth, roast the beef rib, half an onion, the ginger, star anise, and cumin seeds in a pre-heated 425 degree oven for half an hour.
  • Place the roasted items and the cooked prime rib in the crockpot with can of beef broth and one cup of water.
  • Adjust your crockpot settings, depending on how fast you want it. (We left ours on low for about 9 hours during the workday so it was ready just in time for dinner).
  • Strain broth into pot, taking out the cooked pieces of meat to serve later.
  • Cook the rice noodles according to directions.
  • Begin plating by placing the noodles with the pieces of cooked beef, raw beef and thinly sliced raw onion into a bowl.
  • Pour the hot broth into the bowl. (You should begin to see your raw meat cooking).
  • Garnish with Thai basil, bean sprouts, chili oil, jalapeños and lemon.


What are some of your favorite recipes to make in a crock pot? Let me know in the comments below!



15 comments so far.

15 responses to “Pho Sho”

  1. Pho is seriously the best! Never tried making it myself but might just have to look up a veggie option. This looks delish!

    xoxo Alison

  2. Kimberley says:

    This dish looks incredible!

    Must try 🙂

  3. Louise Rooms says:

    Such a good recipe! Definitely gonna try this one myself😋 Love the pictures too💕

  4. Natalia says:

    That looks awesome. Thanks for the recipe!

  5. This looks so delicious. I can’t wait to try it. Thanks for such a great post. The step by step detail and photos are a huge help when cooking!

  6. tahnee says:

    this actually looks so amazing! saving it and might have to give it a try one day when i’m feeling motivated xx

  7. Nicora Jade says:

    You are quite the chef! This is amazing !

  8. great post! Now I want to try it!


  9. Madelyn says:

    Looks so delish! I wanna give it a try 👌🏼

  10. Lucia says:

    What a great gift!!! So useful and delicious!

  11. Sandra Koh says:

    This dish looks delish! I love pho! Never made it myself though! Will have to try someday!

  12. Ria says:

    Yoooo this is my dream to make Pho at home! So cool.


  13. Julie Khuu says:

    Wow impressive babe! I’m Vietnamese and have never even dared to make homecooked Pho! That- I leave to Moms- the true professional ;D

    Thank you for visiting babe, hope to see you back soon to check out Part II of my wedding album!

    Xx- Julie | Haute Khuuture Blog

  14. Cherrish says:

    Ahhh! It looks so delicious dear! I want to try to cook it too! Thanks for sharing. ❤️

  15. Jo says:

    Thanks for your delicious looking recipe! I definitely need to make this at home one night!

    xo, Jo

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