Back in Vietnam, Thao’s go-to street food favorites were sautéed corn (bap xao), banh mi, and bubble tea. In this class, you’ll learn how to create those warm weather dishes and maybe add a little of variety to your summer cookouts.
Banh mi is a versatile Vietnamese sandwich that can be eaten for any meal. There are many variations, but this class will focus on two popular ones—ham and pate; and shredded chicken. Vietnamese-style sautéed corn is a perfect snack or side for warmer weather. Use Thao's recipe to spice up the standard corn-on-the-cob at your next picnic. We’ll also whip up a batch of Vietnamese bubble tea, which is a little different than the bubble tea you might be familiar with. It’s light, refreshing, and full of delicious fruit!
Appetizer: Vietnamese style sautéed corn with dried shrimp and butter (Bắp xào)
Entrees: Vietnamese baguette w/ ham, mayo, and pate (Bánh mì pate, chả lụa); Vietnamese baguette with shredded chicken (Bánh mì gà xé)
Dessert: Tropical bubble tea (Trà trái cây trân châu)
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