Monday, December 9, 2013

A good Bahnmi (Vietnamese sandwich)


1 Asian sausage (preferably Vietnamese or Philippine longganisa available at Asian stores)
1 light crispy baguette (available at a Vietnamese bakery or some grocery stores)
2 TB liver pork pate 
1-2 slices of Nieman's ham (sodium nitrite free)
*1 slice Vietnamese cold cut (optional)
3 sprigs of cilantro
1/2 c of pickled carrots and daikon (available at Asian markets) or you can use butter pickles
2 thinly sliced lengthwise of cucumber
2 TB Mayonnaise
Siractcha sauce
*Jalapeño pepper slices (optional)

Lice your baguette in half. Hallow the bread to accommodate the fling.

Out mayonnaise on top half and the liver pate in the bottom half.

Layer it with the ham. The Vietnamese cold cut, the cooked sausage removed from the casing, pickled radish and carrots, jalapeño peppers (optional) and cilantro.

Squeeze some siractcha on top:

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