Vietnamese (Banh Mi) Meat Rolls

Vietnamese or Banh Mi Rolls are gaining huge popularity around Adelaide but you can simply make your own at home. Traditionally made with Pork, I will use any leftover roast meat we have on hand. Pork, Turkey or Chicken will all provide the same tasty results. These rolls are light, tasty and quick.

INGREDIENTS

  • Leftover Roast Meat such as Pork, Chicken or Turkey cut into chunks
  • Bread Rolls (I use Vietnamese Rolls because they are light and crunchy)
  • Kimchi Vegetables or combination of Grated Carrot, Cucumber Batons and sliced Red Onion
  • Fresh Coriander & Mint
  • 1 Tbsp Sweet Chilli Sauce
  • Mayonnaise
  • Splash of Oil

METHOD

  1. Heat oil in a frypan over medium heat.
  2. Add meat to frypan and heat through.
  3. Drizzle meat with Sweet Chilli Sauce and fry quickly to caramelise. Don’t fry too long as the sugar in the sauce will burn.
  4. Cut open roll and spread with mayonnaise.
  5. Fill with Sweet Chilli Meat.
  6. Top with vegetables.
  7. Garnish with Coriander and Mint

NOTE: The pictured roll was made using leftover turkey. My KimChi contained carrot, cucumber, red onion, cabbage and bean shoots.

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