Sometimes after you prep and they spend the night in the fridge you just don’t feel like firing up the smoker. That’s why we have ovens. Not as smokey but just as tasty.
When a fast beef pho is in order, try this recipe. To let pho aromatics and spices shine, mix beef and chicken broth. The combination creates a lighter, appropriate canvas for painting a pho profile. Broths that taste like beef or chicken and not much else work best.
Thinly sliced roast beef sold at deli counters is fabulously convenient, and because it’s minimally seasoned, it plays well with the pho flavors. Leftover cooked steak is terrific, too.
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Serious Eats: Love Italian Food? 5 Essential Cookbooks for Your Collection. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwq_illCI
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Serves 8. A great one pot feast.
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