Twisted Cuban Sandwich – BBQ Bob Style

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Twisted Cuban Sandwich - BBQ Bob Style
The classic Cuban Sandwich and all its goodness , plus some new twists courtesy of BBQ Bob
Twisted Cuban Sandwich BBQ Guru Recipe
Prep Time 2 hours
Cook Time 8-9 hours
Servings
people
Prep Time 2 hours
Cook Time 8-9 hours
Servings
people
Twisted Cuban Sandwich BBQ Guru Recipe
Instructions
To cook the pork roast
  1. Set your Monolith Cooker to 275°F. indirect.
  2. Place pork roast in a disposable pan and cover it with the pork slather/marinade 1 hour before cooking.
  3. Place the pork on your Monolith Cooker in the pan and cook until the internal temp. reaches 195-200 or until it is fork tender. (takes approx.. 8-9 hours)
  4. Let rest for 1 hour then pull pork apart. Take some of the drippings from the pan and pour over the pulled pork.
To cook the Ham
  1. Rub the ham down with some Alpha Rub honey mustard then shake on some Alpha Rub
  2. Place into the smoker for about 1 hour to heat.
  3. Slice the ham thin and set aside.
To assemble the sandwich
  1. Slice your bread in half and butter both sides. Toast the bread lightly then assemble the sandwiches as follows:
  2. Slather both sides of bread with homemade honey mustard
  3. Place two slices of swiss cheese on both sides
  4. On one side place 3-4 slices of salami, on the other place thin slices of the baked ham
  5. Pace pulled pork onto the ham and spread a little more mustard on the salami
  6. Place pickles down on the mustard and put sandwich together.
  7. Place the sandwich back in the smoker o a piece of foil and press the sandwich down with a foiled brisk or clean heavy object to flatten the sandwich
  8. Leave in the smoker for approx.. 15 minutes
  9. Slice and serve
Recipe Notes

Twisted Cuban Sandwich RecipeMain Ingredient:
Pork Butt

Boston butt or pork butt is the American name for a cut of pork that comes from the upper part of the shoulder from the front leg and may contain the blade bone.[1] Boston butt is the most common cut used for pulled pork, a staple of barbecue in the southern United States.

 

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