At least a month ago, now, we had made a pork roast and because there's just two of us, there was obviously leftovers. This is really Keith's idea, and I just helped put them together. His favorite sandwich (or at least in the top 5) is a Cuban sandwich, but we've never made them at home -- so we did, but as a wrap.
What you need is:
- Ham slices
- Pork roast slices
- Swiss cheese slices
- brown mustard
- jalapeno tortillas
In a small frying pan, place 1 medium-thickness slice of ham (or more if you have shaved) first, and then layer 3 slices of pork roast on top. Heat, and then flip in the pan. Cover with swiss cheese and melt.
In the meantime, prepare your tortilla with a little mayo and brown mustard spread around the center. Add pickles.
Once the meat is heated and the cheese is melted, add it to your tortilla, and wrap it up!
Be sure to grab a napkin, because they're messy, but delicious.
I'll admit that I was skeptical about the whole mixing ham with pork roast idea, but it totally works - and it's a good, easy way to use up pork roast - especially if you have some deli ham and the other stuff around most of the time like we do. If you don't have/like tortillas, you could use bread and make it a sandwich - I think you would make it panini-style but I'm not really sure - you might have to ask Keith. :)
What's your favorite sandwich or wrap to make?
Or, do you have any inspiration for cooking for one?