REDMOND PHO GA (VIETNAMESE CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP)

Cooking time

85 min

Difficulty

Easy

Ingredients

26

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About recipe

Make this Comforting homemade Redmond Pho Ga (Pressure Cooker Chicken Pho)! This fragrant Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup warms the heart and nourishes the soul. So easy to make! Phở or pho (pronounced “fuh”, rhymes with “duh”), a steaming hot bowl of comfort, is taking North America by storm! 😀 This Vietnamese soothing sweet-savory broth filled with fresh, simple & familiar ingredients (at a cheap price!) is winning lots of hearts.

Nutrition per serving

556

Cal

39 g

Protein

36 g

Fat

19 g

Carb

Ingredients

Servings

1

0.25

(roughly 3 ~ 4lbs) good quality whole free range chicken (or 3.5lbs drumsticks + thighs)

0.25

medium onions (one yellow 241g, one white 249g) , peeled and halved

3.25 grams

ginger , unpeeled & cut into long strips

0.25

(36g) small bunch fresh cilantro

0.25

garlic clove , crushed

3.75 grams

yellow rock sugar or 1 tablespoon of brown sugar

1

cloves

0.13

(3g) cinnamon stick

0.25 tablespoon

(5g) coriander seeds

2 cups

(2L) cold water

0.5 tablespoons

(30ml) fish sauce

0.13 teaspoon

fine table salt + more to taste

0.5 tablespoons

(30ml) vegetable oil

medium banh pho (flat rice noodles) , soaked in lightly salted hot water for 18 - 25 minutes (70g - 80g per person)

0.13

small white onion , thinly sliced

Fresh cilantro , leafy part

0.5 stalks

green onion , finely chopped

A touch of freshly ground black pepper

Optional: Hard boiled quail eggs

Bean sprouts (40g per person)

0.25

lime , cut into 6 wedges

Optional

Mint

Optional

Thai chili pepper

Optional

Thai basil

Optional

Hoisin sauce

Optional

Sriracha

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You’ll Enjoy Instant Pot Chicken Pho Because:

  • Easy to make at home!
  • Healthy & nourishing Asian chicken noodle soup
  • Comforting hot bowl of noodles is satisfying & heartwarming to eat, especially during cool seasons
  • Simple, clear broth with lighter flavors, but full of chicken fragrance

Time to make Chicken Pho in Redmond Multi Cooker!

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Step 2
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Toast Spices


Place 1 tbsp (5g) coriander seeds, half a cinnamon stick, and 4 cloves in the pressure cooker.

 

Heat up your pressure cooker over medium heat.

When you smell the fragrance released from the spices (~2mins), remove and set aside the toasted spices.

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Char Onions and Ginger


Make sure your pot is as hot as it can be over medium heat.

Pour in 2 tbsp (30ml) vegetable oil and ensure to coat the oil over whole bottom of the pot.

Carefully place 2 halved medium onions (flat side down) and the ginger pieces in the pressure cooker. Allow the onions and ginger to char without touching them (~5 mins).

 

At the four minutes mark, add in the crushed garlic clove.

*Pro Tip: Don’t skip this step as charring the onions & ginger will bring out their flavors.

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Pressure Cook Chicken Broth


Pour in ½ cup (125ml) cold water and fully deglaze the bottom of the pot with a wooden spoon.

Add in the toasted spices, 15g yellow rock sugar, 1 (36g) small bunch fresh cilantro, 2 tbsp (30ml) fish sauce, ½ tsp fine table salt.

Pour in 3½ cups (875ml) cold water.

Carefully add in the whole chicken (or chicken drumsticks + thighs) with a kitchen tong. If your chicken comes with neck and feet, add them in as well.

 

Pour in 4 cups (1L) of cold water.

*Pro Tip: Try not to pour the water directly at the chicken as it can splatter chicken’s germs outside of the pressure cooker. Make sure the chicken is at least 90% submerged into the liquid.

 

Close lid and pressure cook at

  • Pressure Cooking Method: High Pressure for 10 minutes, then 20 minutes Natural Release

After 20 minutes, turn the venting knob to venting position to release the remaining pressure.

Open the lid carefully.

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Step 5
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Prepare Garnish


While the pressure cooker is pressure cooking, thinly slice ½ small white onion and place the slices in a bowl of cold water for 15 minutes to reduce the pungency.

Prepare the remaining garnish as described in the ingredients list.

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Prepare Banh Pho


When the pressure cooker starts natural releasing, place dried Banh Pho (70 – 80g per person) in a large mixing bowl.

Pour lightly salted boiling water into the mixing bowl until the dried pho is fully submerged. Stir & loosen them up occasionally.

Once the Banh Pho are cooked through (for 18 – 25 minutes), drain and run them under cold tap water to stop the cooking process.

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Step 7
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Strain Chicken Broth


 

Transfer whole chicken to a large mixing bowl filled with cold water.

*Pro Tip: The whole chicken will most likely fall apart. This step firms up the skin and cools the chicken to touch.

Strain chicken broth through a fine mesh strainer and remove the fat with a fat separator or skim them off with a ladle.

 

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Season Chicken Broth


Bring the chicken broth back to a boil over medium heat.

Taste the chicken broth and adjust the seasoning accordingly by adding more salt. It will need quite a bit.

Once the chicken is cooled to touch, debone and serve in small pieces or serve in large bone-in pieces.

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Serve Instant Pot Chicken Pho


Place cooked Banh Pho and chicken pieces in a large bowl.

Garnish with white onion slices, chopped green onions, fresh cilantro (leafy part), hard boiled quail eggs (optional) and some freshly ground black pepper.

Pour in boiling chicken broth and serve it piping hot.

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Eat Pressure Cooker Chicken Pho


Sip some of the hot soup first, then try adding the garnish one by one to taste how they change the flavor of the soup.

When you add some Thai basil leaves, the soup will have more complexity.

When you squeeze in some lime juice, the whole bowl will transform into another flavor profile.

 

We served our Redmond Chicken Pho with a side plate of Bean Sprouts, Lime Wedges, Thai Basil, Peppermint Leaves, and Thai Chili Pepper.

*Pro Tip: In our opinion, using Hoisin sauce and Sriracha as a dip on the side is more suitable for beef pho as those two sauces can overpower chicken meat.

Ta da! A steaming hot bowl of Redmond Chicken Pho Ga! Enjoy~

 

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