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Recreation of Vietnamese Banh Mi baguette :)
Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:46 pmNewbie "Fry Cook" Poster
My name is Rose. I am new to the forum.
I would like to contribute a a Banh Mi recipe that I have been working with for quite some time already. It has shown stable success:
Super airy loaves with crispy crust and moist little white crumb.
Here is the ingredient list for recipe:
160ml lukewarm water (around 35 degree Celsius)
6g fresh yeast
230g bread flour
20g finely grounded rye flour
20g odorless oil such as sunflower or canola (or a mixture of 10g melted butter – 10g oil)
½ vitamin C tablet (100mg acid ascorbic per tablet)
Detail about the instruction (which is too long to exlain and retype here) can be found here in my blog post:
For more info about Banh Mi and how we originally make Banh Mi in Vietnam, click here:
If you are interested, kindly follow on the link. This is not spam in any way, I have spend a lot of time and effort on my posts.
For some reasons, maybe because I am a new member, I cannot and do not know yet how put any picture into my post, so no picture for
testimonial. But in my blog post, everything is included.
Anyhow, I have had great results with this recipe for quite some times already, and I am a Vietnamese. So, good luck with Banh Mi.
I am new to all this blogging and online communities, so constructive comments, recommendation and discussion are highly appreciated.
Sat Apr 28, 2012 7:38 pmForum Host
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We look forward to seeing more of you and your recipes.
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