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How To Make Banh Mi with Andrea Nguyen



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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29 Responses

  1. Ha Chi Nguyen

    both daikon and green papaya are used in the pickles. I myself prefer green papaya because it's tangy and slightly sour – giving pretty perfect balance to the sandwich

  2. Jay V

    As a kid from a Vietnamese family, I’m surprised she didn’t make the original mayo, which is made with egg yolks and slowly incorporated oil. I’m also surprised that she says banh mi with a weird english accent instead of saying it in Vietnamese. Its also really weird that she put maggi😂 and talked about vietnamese people putting pâté but didn’t actually put any😂 weird.

  3. Stuart Route

    Bahn mi is amazing and lets talk thighs lmao!!! Vietnamese food is simply amazing. I've dragged dozens of friends into Vietnamese food. I'd rather bahn mi than any sub, hero, etc. I draw the line at veal w medium peppers and onions however. What I love is every Viet place is different in all the right ways. Usually the staff is super friendly and remembers my idiosyncrasies. Is it racist I'm white and have to ask for chopsticks?? Lol

  4. Thuận Nguyễn

    To be accurate…she's making Banh Mi Thit Nuong, roughly translate to BBQ Bread. But you know, its Banh Mi, add anything you want 😛

  5. Proconsul Scipio

    The char siu is a remnant of colonialism as well as before the French (Portuguese, English) the Chinese were trying to colonize Southeast Asia for millennia. This whole dish is a testament to a people being downtrodden and oppressed by foreign powers. It’s a wonderful sandwich as both food and an unintentional political statement. And the thing about peasant food the world over is it typically speaks politically without any intent to do so. Like how you can read the history of slavery through someone’s recipe for fried chicken.

  6. 24 Muñeca

    That sandwich is so good i once ate one with my mom when i was 12 but place closed down then when i was 25 but accident i saw a picture of that samdwich in my town and i went and yes the taste as i remember magnifico

  7. Mariano Hernandez

    if you guys are in the DFW area you should definitely check out a place literally called banh mi in central Dallas, on the spot!

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