Vietnamese Banh Mi
Above all, bread is a food familiar to everyone and popular among people all over the world. Not only the West but also countries like Korea, Japan, Vietnam, etc. Vietnamese Banh Mi
Bread in Vietnam has an interesting history. Bread has become a symbol in the culinary culture of Vietnamese people loved by many foreigners.
With meat and ham inside, Vietnamese style sandwiches or Saigon bread is a type of bread. Made with ordinary wheat flour (and maybe rice flour) and is popular street food in Central and Southern Vietnam. That is to say, this bread comes from baguette bread brought into Vietnam by the French.
Bread is a morning (and evening) fast food for students and workers because of its reasonable price. Depending on the locality in Vietnam, sandwiches can be used instead of breakfast, or as fast food at different times of the day.
Saigon bread is not very big. One drive is just enough for one person to eat, but still ensures adequate nutrition and energy for the morning. The crispy crust of golden brown, add the fleshy, fat of pâté, butter, meat, and patties. The cake also expresses its own characteristics with simple sauces such as soy sauce, chili sauce or special sauces that create the mark of each brand.
Oldest Banh Mi store in Saigon
Banh Mi Hoa Ma – The first bread store in Saigon
Near the corner of Cao Thang – Nguyen Dinh Chieu intersection, there is a small shop. It was the Hoa Ma bakery, supposedly the first shop selling Saigon-style meatloaf. Not particularly outstanding, but with more than half of his life, Hoa Ma has kept a lot of memories of Saigon for a long time.
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