Mike's Soft Boiled Egg Vietnamese Banh Mi Sandwiches



Mike's Soft Boiled Egg Vietnamese Banh Mi Sandwiches
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2 Servings
30 Mins
Feel free to add beef, pork, pâté or chicken to these sandwiches. All are great options!
Ingredients :


  • Vietnamese Banh Mi Slaw [as needed]: Fresh Cabbage [thin sliced] 
  • Fresh Carrots [thin sliced] 
  • Cucumber [thin sliced] 
  • Diakon Radishes [thin sliced] 
  • Green Onions [sliced] 
  • Thai Chilies [fine chop] 
  • Thai Basil Leaves [left whole] 
  • Purple Onions [thin sliced] 
  • Sprouts 
  • Fresh Cracked Black Pepper 
  • 1/2 tsp Lemon Grass [fine chop] 
  • 1/2 tsp Garlic [fine chopped] 
  • 1/2 tsp Ginger [fine chop] 
  • 1 Thick Lime Wedge [juiced + reserves for serving] 

  • Bread: 
  • 2 large Sturdy Baguette Buns [halved] Melted Butter Soft Boiled 
  • Eggs: 4 large Egglands Best Eggs Boiling Water Ice Water 
  • 1 tsp Salt 
  • Toppers & Garnishments: Siracha 
  • Sauce 
  • Fresh Avocado 
  • Lime Wedges 
  • Fresh Cilantro  
  • Fresh Jalapeños [sliced]  
  • Fresh Mint Mayonnaise Sea Salt
  • 1/2 tsp Granulated Sugar 
  • 3 dash Quality Fish Sauce 
  • 3 dash White Or Rice Vinager 
  • 1 Splash Water
Instructuon :
1.
Here's about all you'll need. Carrots, cucumber, diakon radish and purple onions not pictured in photo.
2.
Slice and chop all vegetables and mix everything together well in the Vietnamese Banh Mi Slaw section. Cover and refrigerate for 20 minutes. Stir intermittently.
3.
Split your Baguette Bread and coat with melted butter. Place in a 350° oven for 5 to 8 minutes. Or, until crispy. Wrap in tin foil until needed.
4.
Bring your water and salt to a heavy boil then, reduce water to simmering. Carfully place room temperature eggs into water. Boil eggs for 4.5 minutes. Pull eggs out immediately and place into an ice bath.
5.
Place Siracha Sauce on bread. Pile your slaw mixture on bread. Crack your eggs open [2 per sandwich] and pour on your yolks on top. Scoop out your remaining egg whites with a spoon and place on slaw mixture as well. Sprinkle on fresh cracked black pepper. Place fresh Cilantro on top.

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