South Beach Cubano Cuban Sandwich Recipe
South Beach Cubano Cuban Sandwich Recipe is the recipe for a real South Beach Cubano Cuban sandwich. South Beach Cubano Cuban Sandwich Recipe sandwich might have been first brought to America to Tampa Florida, But the South Beach Version rules. With its roots based in Cuba this Cubano sandwich was a staple for workers in Cuba working in cigar factories, and Sugar Cain fields. It was brought to Florida and was very popular in Tampa. The South Beach version includes Roast Pork, Ham, Swiss Cheese, Pickles,
Yellow Mustard,pressed into Cuban Bread. The first thing you need to know about any sandwich is what kind of bread is used. For a true Cubano you need Cuban Bread (Pan Cubano) which is made with Lard. Unless you live near a Cuban Community you will never find this type of bread in your local Safeway. The Bald Chef will show you step by step how to make this great Southbeach sandwich. This is real Cuban Food!
Ingredients For Cubano Sandwich Recipe
You will need the following ingredients to make the real deal Cubano Sandwich
- Cuban Bread if you can get it if not French or Italian bread will work
- Cuban Roast Pork
- Sliced Baked Ham
- Swiss Cheese
- Yellow Mustard
- Claussen Dill Pickles
Cooking Instructions For Cubano Sandwich Recipe
This is The Bald Chef’s recipe for a South Beach Cubano. Take a loaf of French or Italian Bread and cut a 6″ section into half. Prepare the Cuban Roast Pork
Add the sliced Cuban Pork to the sliced bread and top with, Sliced Baked Ham, Claussen Dill Pickles, Yellow Mustard, and crown with Swiss Cheese. Butter the bread and rap the Sandwich Aluminum Foil. Place the Cubano in a George Foreman Panini press or other Panini press and push down on the Cubano. Let the South Beach Cubano grill for about 5 minutes until the bread is crusty, and the cheese is melted. Remove your Cuban Sandwich from the press and slice in half.
Cooking time For: 1/2 hour