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Use leftover Flank Steak with Lime Marinade to make these super sandwiches, also called banh mi.

Source: Everyday Food, July/August 2005
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If you don't want to make steak from scratch, you can use an equal amount of sliced roast beef in its place.

Cook's Notes

A traditional Vietnamese sandwich is made with pork, but in this beef variation, the flavors are the same.

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How would you rate this recipe?
  • ugfug
    29 JUN, 2010
    This was amazing! Very easy and VERY flavorful. I am making this for my fourth of July party.
  • SunflowerRae
    13 JUL, 2008
    I loved this sandwich. It was very tasty!
  • appleringo
    29 MAR, 2008
    the original vietname sandwich doesn't need any source but the key is in its bread. it is very unique. Do you have recipe for vietnamese bread? very similar to french but somehow differ

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