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Needing a good Banh Mi Sandwich Recipe

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    Needing a good Banh Mi Sandwich Recipe

    Alright folks, the wife has fallen in love with a banh mi sandwich from our favorite Asian restaurant. She’s asked if I could fix one like it....wellI I don’t know if I can but I’ll give it the ole college try.
    I’m looking for an Asian bbq pork I’m leaning towards a shoulder cut but not sure since shes never let me have a bite...Ha. Also I’m leaning towards some fresh semi sweet quick pickled veggies. For the bread I think a small French roll would work great.

    Does anyone have some suggestions or recipes they like? Starting tomorrow I have the next 18 days off on vacation so I’ll have plenty of time to practice...👍👍

    #2
    I highly suggest this! I’ve made multiple times, and people rave about it! It is one of the best I’ve had!


    https://amazingribs.com/tested-recip...t-ends-banh-mi

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    • Dadof3Illinois
      Dadof3Illinois commented
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      Thanks, I’ve cooked pork belly a ton but she doesn’t seem to be a big fan. Too rich for her I think.

    • barelfly
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      Dadof3Illinois in that case, the seasoning can carry over to the pulled pork, or whatever cut of meat you would like to use. Beef bahn mi is great as well.

      But, your plan for the pickled veg will help with that richness of the pork. But, again, any cut will work. The flavor in the recipe is brought about by the seasoning. It’s really great!
      Last edited by barelfly; December 17, 2020, 09:08 PM.

    #3
    I like to smoke pork belly and after it's all cooled I slice it and pan fry it to cook off some fat and crisp it up. For veggies I pickle julienned daikon and carrots in sweetened rice wine vinegar with fish sauce. I like the jalapenos fresh but you might want them pickled too. And cilantro is a must. I drizzle hoisin and sriracha on the veggie stack. Mayo and or pâté on the bagette.

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    • Dadof3Illinois
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      I love smoked thick sliced pork belly grilled with a pepper jelly glaze...yum! But she’s just not a big fan.
      I have a char sui marinade but I’m not sure that’s the flavor she’s wanting. I wish I would have taken a bite to know the profile.
      Yea, I like your idea of adding fish sauce to the pickle and instead of using a sweet pickle I’m thinking of using some of the cowboy candied jalapeños we have.

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