A local pub serves these super simple, amazingly tasty Roast Pork Sandwiches. They are sort of a local legend. Making a pork roast just for these sandwiches is a breeze, but this is a great way to use any leftovers from a roast. The pepper jack cheese adds a zip and the dipping "gravy" is what ties it all together. The trick is slicing the pork and the cheese very thin. Enjoy, as the juicy goodness drips down your chin.
Original recipe. Please note than quantities cannot be exact, as much will depend on the size of your bread! Do make sure that the ingredients are as dry as possible, as one wants to prevent a soggy bottom. Always start the filling with the driest ingredient, as a buffer against the inevitable juices! Use salt sparingly, as many of the ingredients are naturally salty.
Very fresh flavor with slightly sweet taste and a crunch thanks to the almonds and celery. I love to make a huge batch of this and keep it in the fridge for sandwiches for the week. Tastes great on croissants and is always a hit at parties when I serve it.
These are really close to the real thing. My family was in heaven! They're great for dinner, football parties, or kid's birthday parties. I'm not real fond of White Castle myself but I gobbled these up. Note: To freeze: Assemble hamburgers less the condiments. Flash freeze, wrap in plastic wrap, put in a ziplock bag and label.
To heat: Microwave until heated through.
This is a killer sandwich, great to make on football Sunday for the guys! Add in some Italian-style cold cuts if desired. Plan ahead, the basil/Parmesan mixture has to be prepared 8-24 hours in advance and chilled. Prep time does not include refrigeration time for the basil mixture.
My husband brought his variation of this dish from the Netherlands and while I admit to loving garlic, I was a bit hesitant (before I tried it) about loving so MUCH garlic. As many of you know and I soon found out, the sharpness of raw garlic softens considerably into a sweet, creamy loveliness that can't be beat. I started eating this dish with a tiny smidgen of garlic with each bite of chicken and I've since graduated to about 1 clove per bite. Make sure everyone you plan to meet in the next three days also eats it or you could be jailed for assault with a deadly breath.
I have made this easy recipe many times, it is really good, make certain that you purchase a larger crusty Italian-style bun that will hold up to the sauce --- yield is only estimated depending on how large you make the patties, and all ingredients can be adjusted to suite taste :)
I must give credit where credit is due. I took this recipe from a TV grilling show called "Red Hot & Ready". The burgers were originally called "Caesar Burgers" but I think my name is more appropriate. These burgers are without a doubt the best I have ever had.