• carolfitz Posted: 04/19/10
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    Baked the pork & made the mayo spread the day prior. Used long baguettes from Whole Foods -- no French bakeries in our town. Made 1st serving to directions and they were pretty good. For 2nd serving, pulled some of the soft interior from the baguette and popped into 400° oven to crisp a bit, then made sandwiches. Results were excellent.

  • dsay78 Posted: 07/12/09
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    OMG. Bhan mi....more like eat mi. Followed recipe exactly, added sprouts for more crunch.

  • SusanaRamirez Posted: 02/19/09
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    My husband favorite meal is a soup & a sandwich. This was a great addition to my recipe book. He loved it & so did my kids.

  • Maxwell123 Posted: 10/04/09
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    A friend made this for me and it was so yummy! I've since made this for others and added it to my recipe box. It is different and has a nice kick to it. Great for soup and sandwich night. Enjoy!

  • mmmanders Posted: 02/22/10
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    Yum! I love the fresh taste of this sandwich. We will make this again and again.

  • 9167111 Posted: 02/10/11
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    So good... They taste like the real deal!

  • 2cookers Posted: 08/29/10
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    Whe have made this many times and is now a staple when we roast a pork lion we save some for sanwiches the next day. We also have made this with chicken breast and love it as well. Really good to make the day ahead and wrap tightly in foil on a bagette. Great picnic fair.

  • Irishcookie Posted: 06/07/11
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    This is a very good sandwich,I used seasoned rice wine vinegar in place of cider vinegar,made an unbelivable differance.Also used thinly sliced lemon cucumbers instead of regular cukes.

  • preemiemom0703 Posted: 01/22/13
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    This was DELISH!!! I loved it! I didn't have a daikon radish on hand (I threw this together out of our overflowing fridge that needed to be cleaned out) but Chowhound suggested substituting a turnip. That was pretty bitter and I wouldn't recommend it. Not ever having had a proper Bahn Mi, I'm sure I wouldn't miss it at all. I wish it would have been just a little spicier. I think next time I'll add just a few pepper flakes to the mayo. Easy, relatively quick and yummy. 5 stars in my book!

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