French bread (chewy French bread with some rice flour, if available)
a few drops
●Salt and pepper
a small amount
Butter or margarine
Pickled salad (easy-to-make amount)
5 cm (250 g)
1 small (80 g)
1 1/2 tablespoons
Takanotsume (seeded and sliced into rounds)
Make the namasu salad. Cut the daikon into 4-5 cm length, 5 mm width sticks. Cut the carrot into slightly thinner sticks than the daikon.
Put the daikon and carrot into a bowl, sprinkle with salt (not listed), lightly mix with your hands, and leave for about 10 minutes. Squeeze out excess water, add all the seasoning ingredients, and mix altogether.
Boil the prawns, cut the avocado into 1 cm cubes, add the ● ingredients, and mix together.
Slice the bread lengthwise and spread the inside with butter. Fill the sandwich with the ingredients from Step 2 and Step 3 as well as the fresh coriander.
The fillings will drop out when you bite into the sandwich, so wrap it in a paper napkin to eat.
It's also delicious with grilled chicken marinated in fish sauce and pickled salad. "Grilled Chicken Marinated in Fish Sauce" Recipe ID: 1193968.
Story Behind this Recipe
Everyone is talking about banh mi sandwiches at the moment. I tried them out, and they were so good they made me want to make one myself!
I made this French bread using user Hiropo's "French Bread with Rice Flour" Recipe ID: 794227. If you cut the daikon too thin, it loses its crunchy texture and becomes watery. I like it if it retains the crunchy texture for the pickled salad.