I love banh-mi sandwich.
Its flavor combination is so good.
It’s traditionally made with a short baguette, airy inside with light crust.
Today I thought about giving a little twist and decided to use a waffle instead of a baguette.
Vegan mayo-like sauce.
So you ask how I made the “chicken”?
(or maybe you didn’t?! (lol))
I used Butler’s soy curls.
I love this product.
I don’t know exactly when it came out for the first time, but I know it has been in the market for a long time.
It was there before Impossible, Beyond, or Next…
One of the things I like about this product is its simple ingredient.
Another thing I like is that you can store them in the pantry, as it is dry.
And it doesn’t take time to have it prepared when you are ready to use them.
They need to be soaked in water for 10 minutes and they are ready to be cooked!
I like to cook them well and add some color.
This is looking so good!
I wasn’t sure if it would keep its form when folded, but it did!
The slightly sweet and soft waffle was so good.
I will definitely make it again.
The carbs/fillings ratio passed my test, too.
Carbs < fillings.