Wednesday, September 13, 2017

How to make Beef Sandwich in Hanoi Style



Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam, in which you are able to enjoy many kinds of street food. Sandwich is a meal that Hanoier(s) often have it in breakfast. In this post, I would like to introduce my creation of sandwich with beef, cheese, and vegetables


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The YOUTUBE link: https://youtu.be/WMyu95nTQ1k
Duration: 7:36



The ingredients:
    • 2 slices of Sandwich
    • 30gr of Mozzarella cheese
    • 100 gr of Vegetables (peas, diced potato and carrot, corn)
    • 1 soup spoon and 1 tsp of salt
    • 1 tsp of Five-spice powder
    • 1 tsp of Seasoning stock
    • 1 whole Lime or Lemon
    • 5 cloves of Garlic
    • 1 clove of Dried onion
    • 3 Chilies
    • 1 soup spoon of Honey
    • 1 soup spoon of Sugar
    • 100 gr of Beef
    • 1 Carrot
    • 1/2 Tomato
    • 1 Egg
    • 1 tsp of Rice liquor
    • 1 tsp of Sesame oil
    • Some Peppercorn
    • Some Coriander
    • Some Lettuce
    • Mayonnaise sauce
    • Chili sauce

How to cook it:
Put beef and other ingredients (salt, seasoning stock, five-spice powder, lime juice, garlic, rice liquor honey, coriander, peppercorn, and chilies) into the meat grinder, then grind them well. Put mince beef in a freezer within 10 minutes.


Put beef and other ingredients into the meat grinder


Shave the carrot, put in a bowl. Then mix well a soup spoon of salt with shaved carrot. Leave carrot rest within 5 minutes.

Mix salt and shaved carrot

Beat the egg up, then fry 2/3 of the egg. Keep the 1/3 of the egg for the next step. 

Beat the egg

Soak the salted shaved carrot in water within 2 minutes. Then add lime juice and sugar in carrot bowl and mix well.



Soak salted shaved carrot in water

Split half of mince beef out. Mold the remaining half part of mince beef into a cup. Pour the 1/3 of the egg before, and stuff a little bit vegetables and cheese into mince beef. Use another half part of mince beef to close up.


Stuff mince beef with egg, vegetables, and cheese


Put mince beef on a tray, then bake at 250 Celsius degrees within 5 minutes each side.

Bake mince beef

Fill the sandwich with vegetables, cheese, grilled mince beef, fried egg. Then bake at 250 Celsius degrees within 5 minutes each side.



Fill the sandwich

Add some slices of tomato, coriander, lettuce, Mayonnaise sauce, chili sauce into the sandwich.


Add tomato, coriander, lettuce, Mayonnaise sauce, chili sauce into the sandwich



52 comments:

  1. That looks so delicious !! Damn I wish I could cook

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  2. This looks so tasty and I can totally make this and I am going to make so I can have it from the morning.

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  3. you made me feel hungry haha..this looks so yummy.. I need to try this.. I want to have this breakfast..

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    1. Yes, in Vietnam we sometimes have breakfast with sandwich or "bánh mì"

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  4. This sounds (and looks) delicious! Now I'm hungry :)

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  5. Wow! It looks so dekicious and tempting. So mouth-watering. I need to try this recipes.

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    1. Thanks! Not only this recipe, but also other ones will make you scream out loud because they are too savoury.

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  6. This looks so delicious. I will have to make this soon.

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    1. Glad to know you like my recipe. Try others too, I bet they will make you feel appetite very much!

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  7. yup, i'm gonna need this in my belly stat! it looks delicious! :)

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  8. This is really interesting. I don't think I ever really thought about the different ways people make a sandwich. I look forward to trying this. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thanks for your encouragement. I bet that you never saw this recipe in anywhere in this universe because only me create it. Hope you have a delicious breakfast!

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  9. These look SO good and delicious!! I can literally taste this in my mouth... I wish i was a better cook so I could get more adventurous in the kitchen

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    1. I think my post is detailed. The skills will be better if you try sometimes. Just do and get success!

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  10. Oh man I love Vietnamese food. Here in Prague there's a large Vietnamese diaspora, and they've been opening up these banh mi sandwich shops. Great stuff. Now I can try making one at home, thanks!

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    1. Believe me. This Bánh mì recipe is not found anywhere in this universe. Only on my kitchen.

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  11. My students are predominantly Vietnamese and over the years I've been able to sample more Vietnamese foods. Can't wait to be able to make them at home with this yummy recipe.

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    1. Cool. I used to study abroad and my friends often love my recipes.

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  12. The Hanoi sandwich looks delicious and I am all for trying something new. What would you recommend as a meat substitute for me as I am a vegetarian?

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    1. Hi,
      You can totally use peanut, mushroom, or tofu to replace meat!
      Have a nice meal!

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  13. Ah! This looks so good. I have to try this.

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  14. I have never heard of the style before but it sure looks tasty and easy to make!

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  15. I have never known how this was made. Definitely saving your website so I can follow ti step by step when I am brave enough to try making it. Thanks! Evelyn, PathofPresence

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  16. It looks so simple to do, thanks for sharing.

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  17. This looks so good! and so easy to make!

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  18. This looks incredible, especially since I"m preggo and want all the food! lol. I love the step by steps too! Thank you for this!

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    1. You're welcome!
      That will be a good recipe for your children in the future!

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  19. I am always looking for new authentic dishes to cook! Thank you!

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  20. Those look super delicious, I recently started to try out the Vietnamese dishes, what a pleasant surprise!

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  21. These look truly delicious, my mouth starting watering just reading about them - thanks for sharing!

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  22. Nice! We love eating out in the Vietnamese restaurants. We will try this for sure.

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    1. Thanks!
      Let try some food from Hanoi - the best food of Vietnam

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  23. This looks awesome! Going to try this for sure!

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  24. This looks like a great sandwich! I would substitute the beef with tofu and no egg, but it looks very fresh and delish.

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  25. That looks amazing the only thing I'd have to take off is the tomato. I don't like the texture. Thanks for sharing this recipe and video.

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    1. Tomato is mix with other ingredents, don't worry. I hate tomatoe too, but I can eat tomato in this dish. LOL

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