5 Reviews

My family and I thought these sandwiches were delicious. I used left-overs from a boneless pork roast. Very easy to assemble and the Italian dressing lended a nice, perky flavor. So easy to make and not much to clean up. Yippee!! Voted 5-stars from everyone in my family. Thanks.

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ainsleydoll March 07, 2003

This is such a great sandwich. Only took a couple of minutes to assemble. Great way to use leftover pork. I didn't put much pork on it so will double the amount nice time. Thanks for sharing.!!!

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Debby H November 10, 2011

I was looking for a recipe to use up some leftover grilled pork loin. This will be served many times in this household. Quick, easy, and wonderfully warm on this cold winter night. I did not have mozzarella cheese, so I did substitute sliced provolon....will try with mozzarella next time, but can't imagine it being any better.

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Jellyqueen February 13, 2010

It is not very often I find a recipe that both the hubby and 4 kids like. This is one of those recipes, each gave you a star!!! Thanks for a great, quick way to use leftover pork!

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Jo Coburn August 23, 2006

Oh happy day!!! I always have left-over pork roast and nothing exciting to do with it. These sandwiches solved that problem. The whole family thought they were delicious. I added a little smashed garlic to the Italian dressing. Very hearty and filling AND not any trouble to make. Yippee!!! Thanks Nurse Di.

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Sunflower May 18, 2003
Italian Pork Hoagies