My husband and I really enjoyed these sandwiches. They are very flavorful and fresh tasting. My husband found them to be almost as good as the heartier, meat version he loves at Vietnamese restaurants.
Tofu Banh Mi
buffalochelle Posted: 01/31/10
tara31 Posted: 12/31/10
We used button mushrooms and served on toasted mini sourdough loaves. So fresh tasting - delicious!
EllenDeller Posted: 06/15/11
Really delicious. Great blend of savory, sweet, and tangy flavors. My only change was to use Wal-Mart's ciabatta rolls instead of one larger loaf of bread. Unless you have lots of sides, I think this recipe used for dinner serves three adults, not six. I made some steamed sugar snap peas and a very simple cold soba with sesame dressing on the side. Next time, I might add thinly sliced napa cabbage to the vegetable mix.
jesstheveg Posted: 05/23/13
I decided to make this because I've had the sandwich at restaurants and it's amazing! I added siracha mayo (half mayo, half siracha). Didn't add ginger to the tofu marinade. Also left out the mushrooms since I've never had them on a bahn mi. Subbed regular yellow onion for green onion. Amazing.