Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Pork Bánh Mì Sandwich

A Thai sandwich made popular in New Orleans and on Top Chef. The pickles and marinade can take some time but it is well worth the wait and thinking ahead.

Pork Bánh Mì Sandwich

Also pictured, Thai Sesame Peanut Ramen Noodles


3-4 Sausage Rolls, or a Baguette divided into 6 inch sections
Leaves of Crisp Lettuce
Green Onions
Chopped Cilantro
Finely diced Jalapeno Pepper, seeds removed to reduce heat.

Pickled Carrots and Rashish

1 Recipe Thai Marinaded Pork Loin


The day before or as short as 30 minutes before meal time, prepare the pickled carrots and radishes as per recipe. Also prepare the pork loin and marinade as per the recipe provided. Allow Vegetables and pork to sit in fridge until ready to make the meal.

To prepare the pork loin for sandwiches, follow the cooking instructions and shred the cooked pork. If desired you can return the shredded pork to the skillet over very low heat to keep warm while you finish prepping everything else.

To assemble the sandwich, gently toast the buns if desired.

Spread mayonnaise on the inside of the bun and line both sides with a thick layer of crispy lettuce leaves.

Place some of the shredded pork loin into the roll.

Garnish with jalapeno peppers green onion and cilantro to your taste.


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