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Vietnamese Bread Roll (Banh Mi)

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Vietnamese Bread Roll (Banh Mi)

Pieces of bread are buttered and then crispy on the charcoal grill, served with cotton scrub, the sausage will make you "fall" immediately!


  1.  3 loaves of bread
  2.  White sugar 20 gr
  3.  Salt 20 gr
  4.  Hot pepper flakes 20 gr
  5.  Avocado 60 gr
  6. (Margarine)
  7.   Scallions 40 gr
  8.   Cooking oil 1 cup
  9.   Pork sausage 3 pcs
  10.   Pork floss 10 gr
  11.   Mayonnaise Sauce 50 gr


  1. Scallions pick up roots and leaves, wash and then chop. Sausages cut into strips about 5cm long.
  2. Put the cooking oil in a clean pan and put it on the stove to heat. Then add the chopped scallions to grease the onion.
  3. Stir sugar, salt, paprika, satay, and chutney together in a clean bowl. You use a rolling pin (or a glass bottle) to roll out the bread. Then spread the butter and satay mixture on both sides of the bread. Toast the bread on the stove for about 2-4, both topping and flipping so both sides are toasted crispy.
  4. When the bread is baked, cut it into long slices to taste. Arrange the bread on a plate, add floss, sausage, and onion fat on top!

          If you want to learn more VietNam food let's go DoWhatULoves, please!


Matt H's picture
Matt H

Rub cotton = pork floss?

Maybe a bad machine translation?

mr_tino's picture

Yes, pork floss is correct. I'm wrong