Google Doodle Praises Vietnamese French Bags

On Tuesday, local time, Google Doodle created a new animated doodle to celebrate the Vietnamese street food Banh mi,media reported. Vietnamese bag is a sandwich that combines a variety of cultures and delicious ingredients. Banh mi, whose literal meaning is “bread”, is based on a French Inchinesen bread introduced into Vietnam in the mid-19th century.

Google Doodle Praises Vietnamese French Bags

It is understood that the Vietnamese french bag may have originated on the streets of Saigon in the 1950s, and since the end of the Vietnam War, Vietnamese refugees have brought sandwiches to countries such as the United States, Canada and Australia, and since then the cuisine has become increasingly popular around the world. This time, Google is celebrating the ninth anniversary of banh mi’s inclusion in the Oxford English Dictionary.

As you can see, Google’s animation show you the process of making a true Vietnamese-style French bag. The first is a thinly skinned French baguette, cut vertically and sprinkled with condiments such as chilli sauce, melano sauce and mayonnaise. Then put a variety of delicious ingredients in the soft Local Vietnamese meat and vegetables, as well as cucumber slices, coriander and pickled carrots.

Over the past few decades, this delicious sandwich has spread to markets and restaurants around the world.