Bahn Mi is the quintessential Vietnamese sandwich/street food. Served on delicious and crusty french bread it’s usually full of meat. I’ve created a delicious vegetarian version (vegan if you choose vegan mayo).
It’s quite easy to make and all the ingredients can be found at any local market.
Ingredients (For 3 sandwiches)
4 Chopped garlic cloves
1 Sliced onion
1 cup sliced oyster and king mushrooms
1 Sliced red bell pepper
2 Tablespoons Coconut oil
3 French bread baguettes
6 Lettuce leaves
1. Saute garlic and onions in coconut oil.
2. Add mushrooms and red bell pepper.
3. Cook until tender but not mushy.
4. Add soy sauce, pho sauce and sugar to taste.
5. Toast the French bread.
6. Spread the bread with mayo to taste.
7. Top with cooked veggies.
8. The top the sandwich with lettuce, tomato and avocado.
I’ve been on a high since Thursday! A group of sister friends and I set out for the local Hot Springs Park. Finding out, mid route, that it was closed our driver made a great suggestion: Vinpearl Land
I’d never heard of this place, located about 40 kilometers outside of Da Nang on the outskirts of Hoi An. It was AMAZING!!!
It’s like this crazy, only in Asia, combination of zoo, water park, amusement park, arcades and more! We were one of a very few visitors and had the place mostly to ourselves.
Vinpearl Land has one of the best, most humane zoos I’ve ever seen. The animals roam in beautifully designed enclosures and we saw no cages. You few the animals on a boat ride with a very knowledgeable guide.There were two stops along the way where we got to feed the giraffes and elephants.I feel like the actor on the commercials where they say “But wait, there’s more!!!”. There’s a parrot house where the birds come and perch on you as you feed them.There’s a water park with a wave pool, a lazy river and all kinds of water slides.There was a large amusement park area with lots of thrilling rides.The grounds and buildings were lovely and well maintained.Three things were a bit disappointing to our group. Unlike other attractions we have visited the arcade games were not included in the admission price. Neither was the tram ride to help you cover the vast park. Also the food was a bit disappointing. We paid a flat fee of 550k dong which included a meal. There were only two choices of meal however: vegetarian (eggs, rice and spring rolls) or a bowl of beef and noodles. Perhaps this will be different with more people attending.Despite those small inconveniences we all agreed that it was an amazing day! If you are visiting Da Nang, I highly recommend Vinpearl Land!