Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches

by zydecopaws on June 30, 2009


Some days you don’t get to BBQ because you have leftovers that must be dealt with.  Today was one of those days, and on the menu was Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches made with leftovers from the Not-Father’s Day Porkfest.  The buns were those new skinny whole wheat Sandwich Thins from Oroweat; although they look like someone sat on them and squished them down to hockey puck dimensions, they are surprisingly good.  Even the kids like them, although around here that isn’t saying much.  My kids have learned there are two choices; take it or leave it.  They like to eat, so generally they pick the former…

Anyway, back to the sandwiches.  I sliced the pork into about 3/4 inch slices, heated it up in the nuclear oven, and slapped it on the bun with some plain yellow mustard and Sweet Baby Ray’s original recipe sauce.  After the first batch disappeared, I decided they were good enough to post about and made up another with some pickles added for good measure.  SWMBO commented that the picture shown here didn’t do justice to the first batch as they had nice star shapes in the middle where the filling was.  This one was from the end of the tenderloin and not as pretty, so don’t expect any more pictures of leftovers from the Not-Father’s Day Porkfest…

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