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Steak Banh Mi

Delicious Vietnamese Steak Sandwich

6 - 8

Serves

30 mins

Prep Time

40 mins

Cook Time

Bunny Eats Design

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Bunny Eats Design

The delicious tri tp steak, crusty roll, rich marinade, and fragrant fresh produce make the Vietnamese bánh mì king of the sandwiches! Recipe courtesy of Greenlea Butcher Shop.

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Lunch,

Everyday,

Steak,

Beef,

Dinner,

Ingredients

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800g Quality Mark tri tip steak

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This is a triangular cut of beef, from the bottom of the sirloin.

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2 tbsp oil

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2 large or 6 mini baguettes

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100g paté

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½ cup mayonnaise

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1 cucumber

sliced

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½ red onion

thinly sliced

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A bunch fresh coriander

picked

Pickled vegtables

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2 medium-sized carrots

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150g daikon

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1 tbsp salt

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⅓ cup sugar

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1 cup Rice vinegar

Marinade

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2 tbsp fish sauce

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2 tbsp soft brown sugar

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1 tbsp soy sauce

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4 garlic cloves

minced

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½ tsp ground black pepper

Optional

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1 or 2 red chilli

sliced

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Sriracha sauce

Method

For the pickles

For the steak

To assemble

1

To make the pickles, peel the carrots and daikon and julienne (cut into matchsticks).

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Place into a bowl and add salt. Stir to combine and stand for 1 hour before draining and squeezing out the excess liquid.

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Place the sugar and vinegar in a container and whisk until sugar is completely dissolved.

4

Add the carrots and daikon to the container cover with lid and refrigerate overnight (up to 3 days).

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