This is quick and easy to make, especially if you have leftovers from a roast dinner. Anyway, you need some nice bread – it’s a sandwich, after all – some slices of roast pork and some stuffing. Of course you can buy roast pork and packets of stuffing from the supermarket but it’s nicer to make your own.
I bought a pork tenderloin. There’s lots you can do with this lean cut of meat. For the purposes of my sarnies, I didn’t cut it at all but simply browned it in hot oil in a frying pan and then roasted it whole in a medium hot oven for about an hour. Then I let it rest and cool and then I sliced it. Some people like thick slices, others like thin, so I did both as you can see in the photo below.
While the pork was roasting, I also made some sage and onion stuffing balls and popped them in the oven.
The sarnies were planned ahead for the following day. So, the next day I already had my cold roast pork and cold stuffing. This is a simple assembly job. Spread the bread with butter and wholegrain mustard. Add slices of pork and stuffing, and that’s it. Of course you can stuff a pork joint and do it that way but if there’s only two of you, it’s a bit much. It’s just quicker and easier to roast a pork tenderloin and make some stuffing balls. The sandwiches tasted great anyway. The photo at the top only shows a half-sarnie to give you a better view of the filling.
By the way, you could use roast turkey or chicken instead of the roast pork if you want to.