Fresh Herbs And Veggies Give This Bahn Mi Kick
This classic Vietnamese sandwich has become a popular dish at road houses and food trucks. But since it's so simple to make, why not whip a few up for the family this weekend?
Being the huge food truck fan that I am, I've had the chance to sample new and interesting cuisine pretty frequently this summer. I've had truffle fries, waffle sandwiches and so many different kinds of Asian cuisine, I can't keep track of them all. There is however one dish that I can't get out of my mind and that's the bahn mi. There are so many different varieties. If it's listed on the truck's menu, I have to give it a try. I don't know what makes them so good, the way the meats are grilled, the vegetables that are laid on top or the mysterious sauce that's drizzled over the whole thing. Whatever the reason, I can't get enough.
So when Sunset magazine said they were easy to make in your own kitchen, I jumped at the opportunity. I couldn't believe how easy it was. But the best news, no one will be able to tell if you slaved away in your kitchen or got them to go from your local food truck.
Grilled chicken bahn mi
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