How To Make Banh Mi with Andrea Nguyen

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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

  1. 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

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

  3. 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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