Roast Pork, Broccoli Rabe and Provolone Sliders
My fourth son had a business trip in Philadelphia a couple of weeks ago.
Of course when he came home I asked him all the important.
How was your trip?
Was the hotel clean?
Did you have to go alone?
Did you meet anyone?
What did you eat??
He told me about the pork sandwich and I had to make some.
I was having a brunch and decided to make these sandwiches into sliders.
One whole boneless pork roast
Salt, pepper and garlic powder
One can of defrosted lemonade
Mix everything together and marinate for 24 hours.
Bake in a preheated oven at 375 degrees till the meat thermometer reaches pork roast.
If you can grill it that would be perfect.
Let it cool and then slice the roast very thin.
Cook the broccoli rabe and squeeze it dry. You don’t want a soggy sandwich
Recipe on the October 15th blog
Make a dressing of mayonnaise and mustard with just a little honey.
Take a nice, fresh roll and cut it in half.
Spread the dressing on one side and some of the pork drippings on the other side.
Put three to four slices of pork on the roll
Place two tablespoons of rabe on the pork
Place one slice of provolone cheese on top.
Cover tightly with foil and heat till the cheese melts.
Make a lot because they are delicious.
By the way, my son wouldn’t tell me anything else about the trip.
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