I used boneless pork chops that we sliced thin to grill, then chopped up after cooking to put in the marinade. Excellent. Perfect warm weather sandwich, fresh, lots of flavor. This recipe is a keeper!
Vietnamese Steak Sandwich
From EatingWell: August/September 2006
Crisp vegetables and a sweet-salty sauce top thinly sliced grilled steak. Marinating the steak after it's grilled ensures a flavorful result.
2 Reviews for Vietnamese Steak Sandwich
An excellent recipe. I made one change: since it is occasionally difficult to get flank steak in our small town (and it tends to be pricey when it is available), I used a thinly-sliced cut of steak known as 'milanesa' and chopped it into small strips, which I then fried in a wok. This proved to be a time-saver and a money-saver as well, as milanesa can be less than half the cost per pound of flank steak and doesn't require a grill to cook it.
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