History of the Vietnamese sandwich “Bahn Mi

The Vietnamese sandwich “bánh mì” (also known as bánh mì or banh mì) is a popular bread among Vietnamese and tourists alike, and is ranked in the top 10 sandwiches worldwide.

Banh Mi” was added to the Oxford Dictionary on March 24, 2011, and its popularity is spreading around the world.

In Vietnam, you can find a bahn mi shop everywhere, from along the main roads to the narrow back alleys.

In this article, we will introduce the history of the increasingly popular “bahn mi.

It all began in 1859, when French colonialists went to Saigon, Vietnam, on an expedition to occupy Fort Za Dinh.

At the time, baguette bread was considered a “snack” rather than a staple food, but the demand for baguettes grew, and the French built a large bread oven in Vietnam in order to eat delicious, warm baguettes.

Later, Vietnamese bakers improved the baking oven and dough recipe, resulting in a Vietnamese-born bread.

Baguettes baked in an airtight structure in a Vietnamese bread oven have become a delight with a texture of chewy inside and crispy outside.

Around 1958, the sandwich-shaped bahn mi began to be made at the Hoa Ma restaurant in Saigon.

When the restaurant first opened, the bread and ingredients were served on separate plates, but we began offering the current “sandwich” style, which allows customers to eat easily without having to carry a knife and fork.

This has allowed people to sit down and enjoy a leisurely meal and accommodate take-out, which has led to a surge in popularity.

The Hoa Ma restaurant’s sandwiches of meat, pork rolls, and patties in bread have captured the hearts of many students and civil servants, and various meat sandwich stores have opened in Saigon.

And these stores are still in business in Saigon.

Originating in Saigon, báinh mì has now spread to all regions of Vietnam.

In general, the bread has become spongier and thinner and the crust thicker than it was a few decades ago. Improvements were made progressively in each region, including the sale of a length of about 30 centimeters, which is convenient for carrying around.

Vietnamese bahn mi is a simple, well-balanced, flavorful and aromatic baguette.

The “Viet shop” also makes its “báinh mì” with the same attention to detail in each and every ingredient.

The bread, pâté, butter, pickles, and meat dishes are all handmade to achieve a particular harmony.

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