Cocktail Cubans Recipe

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Time: 80 minutes



  1. pork tenderloin
  2. vegetable oil
  3. salt and pepper
  4. dinner rolls
  5. mayonnaise
  6. yellow mustard
  7. swiss cheese
  8. ham
  9. dill pickles


  1. lightly rub pork tenderloin with oil , salt and pepper , and set on a rimmed baking sheet
  2. adjust oven rack to lowest position and set sheet on rack
  3. turn oven to 400 degrees and roast pork , turning once half way through , until it registers 160 degrees , about 30 minues
  4. let rest at least 10 minutes or up to two hours
  5. when ready to assemble the sandwiches , preheat oven to 400 degrees
  6. cut pork into thin slices , set aside
  7. split rolls and arrange on bakin sheet
  8. mix mayo and mustard
  9. spread thinly on both halves of each roll
  10. top the bottom halves in this order: cheese , pork , ham , pickle
  11. cap each one with a roll top
  12. bake until buns are toasty and cheese melts , 8 to 10 minutes
  13. arrange on a platter and serve warm

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