Cuban Banh Mi (Cuban-Vietnamese Sandwich)

by
Matt

Difficulty
easy

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(6 Ratings)

Preparation time
10 mins

Cooking time
2 mins

Serves
1

I was all excited about making a Vietnamese sandwich on my day off and then somebody got me talking about Cuban sandwiches. What to do? I meditated on it and inspiration struck: Cuban-Vietnamese sandwich!

Cuban Banh Mi (Cuban-Vietnamese Sandwich), 3.5 out of 5 based on 6 ratings

Ingredients

  • 1 bread roll
  • sliced pork belly
  • cheese (I use Mexican cojita cheese in this)
  • pickled carrots/daikon/jalapeno

Preparation

1. Assemble your sandwich and butter the outside of the bread.

2. A Cuban sandwich is pressed and grilled, so if you have a panini press or a George Foreman grill or something, just use that. If not:

  - Preheat two heavy skillets on high.
  - Place sandwich in one skillet and press down on top with the back of the other skillet.
  - Grill for about 2 minutes or until lightly browned. (I weighed down my top skillet with a
    pot of water rather than holding it there.)

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