Recipe: Delicious Bahn Mi with green tomato & onions

Bahn Mi with green tomato & onions.

You can cook Bahn Mi with green tomato & onions using 16 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Bahn Mi with green tomato & onions

  1. It’s 1 packet of Chuck Roll or Steak leftovers (juicier the better).
  2. You need 1 of Dribble Steak Sauce.
  3. You need of Spread.
  4. You need of Mustard.
  5. Prepare 1 of Carrot.
  6. Prepare 1 of Jalapeño Pepper.
  7. It’s 1 of Radish.
  8. You need 1 of Persian Cucumber.
  9. It’s 1 of Onion.
  10. It’s 1 of Bell Pepper.
  11. You need 2 cloves of Garlic.
  12. It’s of Rice Vinegar.
  13. You need 1 of Green Tomato.
  14. You need 1 sprig of Cilantro.
  15. It’s of Saurkraut.
  16. You need 1-2 of Baguette.

Bahn Mi with green tomato & onions instructions

  1. Set aside a bowl of carrot, jalapeño and radish (caution: see my other recipes for ergonomic kitchen tool, be careful when you prepare). Marinate the veggie mix with a dabble of Rice Vinegar..
  2. Set aside a steaming pot of fresh asparagus..
  3. Prepare ingredients by slicing cucumber the long ways, then set aside tomatillo, pepper and onion for grilling with the meat. Dig up some spread and mustard for a nice and fresh baguette..
  4. Grill the meat and veggies over high heat, laying down a generous layer of oil. After a minute or so, add cloves of minced garlic and pour rice wine over medley for flavor (if you want). Add tomatillos and cover it with a lid, turning it down a notch. Add BBQ Sauce and stir..
  5. Slice open baguette and smear the mustard, lay down cilantro, and grilled contents while spreading the other half with carrot, radish and jalapeño, topped with cucumber. I even dehydrated sliced limes depicted above, soaked in Shiso Tsuyu (Sesame Leaf Soup Base)..
  6. Be creative, but the goal of a select steak sandwich is also in the sauce. Whip up a great sandwich dressing by squeezing out a garden lime, adding a drizzle of fish sauce, and a small spoonful of Garlic Chili Sriracha, and a tsp of Rice Vinegar.

By Michael Americana

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