When I went to Vietnam to play, I found that on the streets of Vietnam, the French sandwiches are like the pancake fruits of Beijing and Tianjin. They are all breakfasts that can be seen everywhere, but the ingredients of each family are different. There are luncheon meats and homemade meatballs. ... but generally put old cucumber slices and some strange vegetable leaves like some kind of vanilla. Chewing crunchy baguette sandwiches, served with iced coffee, sitting on the roadside of Ho Chi Minh City, watching the tourists from all over the world come and feel. The whim is made with a whim (see "Paul teaches you to make bread"). With the ingredients on hand, come for a baguette sandwich for breakfast.
Cut the baguette into two ends, divide it into two halves, and open it halfway, put the crunchy surface down, put it in a pan and heat it, so that the chilled surface becomes crispy.
Bacon is half-separated, placed in a pan and fried until cooked, spread on a fried baguette.
Eggs, avocado slices, spread on bacon in turn, and squeezed with tomato sauce
Cover the other half of the stick and you can eat it.
The stick is hard, the eggs are easy to disperse, and all need to be cut with a bread knife.