Sweet Soy Bacon and Egg Banh Mi – Myers + Chang at Home
When I initially thumbed through the cookbook Myers + Chang at Home, I was immediately attracted to the Banh Mi sandwich recipe with shimmering bacon and gorgeous, sunny side up eggs.
My husband, who is half Vietnamese, is obsessed with Banh Mi sandwiches and I like them ok, but I am equally as obsessed with pretty much anything with a delicious egg on top of it. So win-win here.
The Myers + Chang at Home cookbook started as a library book and quickly found it’s way into my Amazon cart as it has dozens of recipes I knew I’d be wanting to make and my one month library rental wouldn’t suffice. For a full review of the cookbook, along with another recipe I’ve reviewed from it, click here.
This banh me recipe is simple, delicious and will be made repeatedly in my house. It’s important that you understand that although the recipe is easy, there will be some time involved in pickling the veggies. Since I work M-F, this is the perfect recipe to make the veggies on a Sunday (it’ll only take you 10 minutes) then have the sandwiches on the menu for Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. Other than that, this is a very straightforward, simple recipe.
You may recall my post on sexy foods. Hello, eggs…
Seriously, so very delicious. Make. This. Tonight. (or actually within the next three, because of the pickled veggie situation.)