Shrimp Banh Mi

June/July 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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French colonial rule in Vietnam influenced the country's cooking profoundly, as here with this street-food sandwich (banh mi), usually served on a baguette. The spicy mayo melange really adds tartness and spice.

"Why not replace the baguettes with a wrap of romaine lettuce or endives. You save the carbs and I'm sure that option would keep the fresh taste of the shrimp just as well. :) "
Shrimp Banh Mi

6 Reviews for Shrimp Banh Mi


Excellent for a summer meal and you don't have to heat up the house making dinner. This is a favorite at my house and a quick and easy thing to fix. Good paired with lemongrass flavored rice especially.


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