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Hi everyone, 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
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recreation of Vietnamese Banh Mi baguette - my tested recipe with stable successes

posted at 4/28/2012 5:36 PM EDT
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Hi everyone,

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 sugar
4g salt
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. 

Thank you!

Rose,

Re: recreation of Vietnamese Banh Mi baguette - my tested recipe with stable successes

posted at 4/28/2012 9:19 PM EDT
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Hi Rose, welcome and thanks for sharing your recipe.  Sounds interesting especially with the addition of vitamin C.

Re: recreation of Vietnamese Banh Mi baguette - my tested recipe with stable successes

posted at 4/29/2012 6:34 AM EDT
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hi rose thank you for your in put

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posted at 4/29/2012 7:18 AM EDT
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Welcome Rose!  Thanks for the recipe.

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posted at 4/29/2012 7:36 AM EDT
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Welcome Rose, you have given me "food" for thought so to speak.
The recipes that I looked at for this particular bread contain a combination of Rice flour as well as wheat flour.  The combination gives it a light and airy crumb, more so than you get from bread flour alone.
I have been doing more bread baking lately and I might try this using rice flour just to see what the difference is.  Other than the use of rice flour it does not look like there is much difference between this and a regular baguette.
I will do some shopping this week and let you all know how the bread turns out. This is a busy week so it might not get done until Saturday.

Re: recreation of Vietnamese Banh Mi baguette - my tested recipe with stable successes

posted at 4/29/2012 2:45 PM EDT
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Hi   ROSE K;
GRANA  here;


 Welcome to VBB &thank you for your  [ Bahn  Mi   ] recipe .Every one ofus needed help to post pictureswhen we first joined  VBB and arealways happy to offer help to new members, such as syorself.This is howI posted the thumbs up picture above:
Save the picure you want to post as a JPEG in a PC file of your own chosing
; & remember where you saved it.......
To include/ post   a pctureure: look below the  box in which you write your  words...
You will find an area  that allows you to choose differnent fonts: bold;  itallic, size(pts); underline & color.To the right  side of these is aTREE; Click on the tree& you wil be given a place to browse your own files to locate the picture (JPG is best) that you want to post.Go to your files & when you locate the picture; open it & folow the directions( save; etc.This can take a long time; the browse feature is slow &  &  can be tempermentalFrown
Good luck;I hope you areable to include a picture to highlight the wonderful bread so more people will want to try it for themselves
You  can also post other pictures: family members ; scenery,[if you want to] .Once you learn how to post  pictures; you may find that  you want to share many  aspects of yourself & life w/ us here onVBB.




 stable successes:
Hi everyone, 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 sugar 4g salt 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:  http://simplyafoodblog.wordpress.com/2012/04/28/adventure-to-the-mysterious-banh-mi-land-episode-22/. For more info about Banh Mi and how we originally make Banh Mi in Vietnam, click here:  http://simplyafoodblog.wordpress.com/2012/04/28/the-adventure-to-the-mysterious-banh-mi-land-episode-12/ 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.  Thank you! Rose,
Posted by Rose K

Re: recreation of Vietnamese Banh Mi baguette - my tested recipe with stable successes

posted at 5/4/2012 1:28 PM EDT
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First: 4/28/2012
Last: 5/10/2012
Hello all,

Thank you very much for your kind words. I feel very welcomed and looking forward to hear more from your oven, especially with this Banh Mi recipe.

And thank you, Grana, for a wonderful comment showing me how I can put a photo on my post.

Here is my first try.




It went pretty well, isn't it? Thanks again.

Rose,

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