Andrea Nguyen, chef and author of Vietnamese Food Any Day, makes a char siu chicken banh mi in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen. Andrea marinates and grills chicken thighs to crispy, caramelized perfection, makes quick pickles with daikon radishes and carrots, and slices up jalapeños and herbs to make the ultimate banh mi, all while explaining the origins of this now-classic Vietnamese sandwich.

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31 Comments

cledesma135

March 31, 2020

I love me some bon mi.

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james whitwell

March 31, 2020

This woman is Absolutely Fantastic… Just on this video I’m going to buy her book.

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BenKenobi

March 31, 2020

"Bring the chicken to room temperature "- I wouldn't recommend that from a hygienic standpoint😁

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Osheem Saroop

March 31, 2020

Finally retired from designing super suits to delivering 🔥 cooking skills

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Hmm Hmm

March 31, 2020

she gives me anna wintour vibe

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Fae Terran

March 31, 2020

I just heard an Asian woman say "no bueno" in an american accent. I'm surprised my brain didn't explode.

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mehmet demir

March 31, 2020

Does she have restaurant?! Would love 2 visit!!!!!!

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abdi geele gaab

March 31, 2020

I will try this thanks

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Ifrah mo

March 31, 2020

Das heutige Google Doodle ehrt das Bahn Mi. Warum das vietnamesische Sandwich auf die französische Kolonialzeit in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts zurückgeht und wie das vietnamesische Street Food klassischerweise gegessen wird. http://raboninco.com/2CaF

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Faze Hasoon

March 31, 2020

That was great, nice energy

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Mad Wurst

March 31, 2020

What a loveley host you are 🙂

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rouzabeh farzan

March 31, 2020

"Give it Souse like a Jackson Pollock" I love the way she talks about cooking

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jacques O'Brien

March 31, 2020

Who else here because of google's home page today?

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Kurushi

March 31, 2020

i swear this is everyones cool aunt

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Lauking

March 31, 2020

now im hungry 🙄

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Alter Schwede

March 31, 2020

Shit food for idiots, put some bats on it and create covid19

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Hiển Dương

March 31, 2020

Lack of a dish called Pate

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Andrew Herbert

March 31, 2020

She is cool, but the way she stroke that diacon 0:35…that was awkward

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Dallin Lutz

March 31, 2020

Grab some day old bread from Jimmy Johns and make these yourself they are really inexpensive to make an delicious.

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Joe Piscapo

March 31, 2020

All cultural appropriation in food is good.

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Ron sales

March 31, 2020

yu ruined Banh Mi for mi…..now i js think of war crimes with er bite. dannng

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Điền Anh

March 31, 2020

Where pate? 😶

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Duane Mac

March 31, 2020

Yeah im gonna do diz for my wife

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Fenny Lopez

March 31, 2020

Blown away by her, such confidence and articulate.

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I'VE McFALLEN

March 31, 2020

She's so cooooool

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Hiền Nguyễn

March 31, 2020

Nice

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King Super Saiyan

March 31, 2020

Yeesss 😍

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Davina Marie

March 31, 2020

My stomach is talkkiiiiiinnggg to me during watching this 😭😭😭

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SlotV

March 31, 2020

banh-mi? more like poop-mi

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Nhat Minh Dao

March 31, 2020

As a vietnamese, I think this is too much work for a banh mi. Just have some pate, pickles, vietnamese charcuterie, and a little bit of sweetened fish sauce, and you are good to go.

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Benjamin Wunderlich

March 31, 2020

I fuck with her

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