Banh Mi Hot Dogs Recipe : Season 3, Ep. 4 – Chef Julie Yoon

Happy 4th of July! These Banh Mi Hot Dogs are a fun American classic with a Vietnamese twist. I just happened to have a few ingredients leftover from my Shrimp and Avocado Summer Rolls and I didn’t want them to go to waste. But with just a couple unique touches, ordinary hot dogs become festive, special, and perfect for any summertime BBQ!

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15 Comments to “Banh Mi Hot Dogs Recipe : Season 3, Ep. 4 – Chef Julie Yoon”

  1. MTB Cooking (EN)

    Great great video thanks so much for sharing. You have a subscriber more! 
    And pls check out our videos if you feel like it! We have inspirational cooking videos as well 🙂

  2. Giselle Park

    I'm posting about hot dogs on my blog too! Great minds must think alike 😉 I love all the veggies on there. It makes it look so colorful, fresh and healthier than the average hot dog.


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