This easy recipe for Instant Pot Pho Ga / Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup will have you enjoying this flavorful and hearty Vietnamese Chicken Noodle soup in less than half the cooking time of the traditional recipe. Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup has become so mainstream it's recognized by its Vietnamese name "Pho Ga" name rather than its translated name. What is it about this simple noodle soup that has captured everyone's heart and tummy? The answer: hearty rice noodle and tender chicken served in an intoxicating broth layered with earthy, aromatic spices. Pho Ga is served with abundant herbs, fresh vegetables and tantalizing sauces which further enhance the gastronomic journey! In one word, it's PHO-nomenal! :)
Cut the onion in half. Remove the skin from one onion half and then thinly slice. Place into a small bowl and set aside for now. (This will be used later to garnish the soup.)
Put the chicken into the 6 quart Instant Pot pressure cooker. Add the roasted onion and ginger, rock sugar and spices bag. Pour in the chicken stock. (Make sure the spices bag is immersed in the stock.)
Cover with the lid and set the steam release handle to "Sealing". Set the cooker to High pressure with the timer to 30 minutes and let everything cook.
After the timer goes off, turn the handle to release the pressure.
Bring a large pot of water to a rapid boil over High heat. Add the drained noodles and swirl in the hot water. Boil the noodles for 3-4 minutes stirring frequently.
Drain the noodles and then rinse with cold water to stop the cooking process. Toss the noodles to shake off the water. Use a salad spinner to spin the noodles dry.
Cover until ready to serve.
To serve, add some rice noodles into a large bowl. Add some sliced raw onions (prepared earlier) and chicken. Ladle in a generous amount of the broth. Top with the chopped green onions and freshly ground black pepper. Serve the noodle soup with the fresh vegetables and herbs: bean sprouts, Thai basil, sawtooth herb, cilantro, red chilies and jalapenos. Add lime juice, fish sauce, Hoisin sauce, and sriracha sauce to taste.
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