If you love, Bahn Mi, you’ll love these Bahn Mi Tofu Tacos.
We go to Asheville, North Carolina at least once a year to go hiking, eat the amazing food, and it’s a quick (and beautiful) drive from Nashville.
When we’re there, we always make a stop at White Duck Taco. I typically order the same thing, including Bahn Mi Tofu Tacos which are so delicious — so much so that I had to attempt to make them at home so we could enjoy them anytime!
Honestly, this slaw is so good you could eat it as a salad. First up, an important part of Bahn Mi is the pickled vegetables (carrots and radishes) — they add a crunch with a slightly tangy and slightly sweet flavor that only pickles can give.
To top it off, pun intended, is the slaw with thinly sliced red cabbage, fresh cilantro, fresh lime juice, a little drizzle of olive oil, toasted sesame oil, and soy sauce. Toss to combine and you have a delicious cabbage slaw.
Typically Bahn Mi recipes are served with a toasted baguette, but we’re using corn tortillas with this Bahn Mi Tofu Taco recipe. Bahn Mi is a classic sandwich and hand-held meal in Vietnamese cuisine typically filled with savory meats and vegetables with delicious sauces like spicy chili sauce.
These Bahn Mi Tofu Tacos are a great introduction to this top plant-based protein you should try. If you’re not into tofu, you can make this recipe with any animal protein you enjoy or cooked lentils. The sauce in this recipe is delicious and can easily translate into any other protein you enjoy.