Pork Sandwich

Oct 19th
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The first time I ever ate a Pork Tenderloin Sandwich, was at a restaurant called Tip n Buds in Keokuk Iowa where I was born. I have been a big fan ever since. If you grew up in the Midwest or live there now, you know what I’m talking about right? There is just something that says Midwest about this sandwich. As you can see I like to eat mine with lettuce, tomato, and onion. Most of you know I live in Arizona now, and these sandwiches are hard to find. This recipe was created by my Mother and it’s my favorite Pork Tenderloin Sandwich, better than any restaurant! These are so easy to make, and whether or not you grew up in the Midwest, I encourage you to give these delicious sandwiches a try! We have been back home in Arizona now for one week. It was so wonderful to see my beloved pets! They were so happy to see me, they even cried! Pete and I had an uneventful trip driving back from Macatawa Michigan, except for one incident in 1875 miles. I was driving through Texas and passed a wide load truck. As I was passing I heard a big bang, and thought it was a rock. Pete and I stopped for lunch and he was checking out all our tires and said, hey you’re not going to believe this one. I walked to the front of our Prius and there in the front bumper was a needle nose pliers, it was perfectly vertical with the handles sticking in the bumper, and the sharp part sticking out! Luckily it didn’t go through the windshield or we could of been impaled! Other then that, we have so much fun driving together, and there’s never a lull in the conversation. Last year we went through Oklahoma, and we saw a sign that says Will Rogers museum, Pete said who’s that? And I proceed to say, you know Trigger! So every time we go through Oklahoma now, we always laugh when we see that sign. There is nothing better then traveling with your best friend! He even remembered the cds this year. I’m updating my blog soon, so please stay tuned with some new and exciting recipes! As always I love to hear from you, so if you have time, please leave me a comment. Love, Stacey

 

 

Pork Tenderloin Sandwich

Ingredients:

Recipe makes 4 Sandwiches.

4 boneless pork chops

2 eggs beaten

2 cups of Saltine crackers crushed

Salt and pepper

1 1/2 cups of canola oil


Directions:

In between 2 pieces of wax paper, place one pork chop. With a meat mallet or rolling pin, flatten out the chop to 1/4 inch thick, place on cookie sheet and proceed with the next pork chops. Set aside.

In a food processor, or a ziplock bag, crush Saltine crackers. Place in a pie plate.

In another pie plate beat the eggs.

Then take the flattened pork, dip in the eggs, and then the cracker crumbs. Set aside.

In a large frying pan, add the canola oil over medium high heat, when it starts to smoke add the pork season with a little bit of salt and pepper and cook for two minutes a side, or until just golden brown. Drain on paper towels.

Serve with fresh buns, lettuce, tomato, and onion.

Pork Tenderloin Sandwich

Ingredients:

Recipe makes 4 Sandwiches.

4 boneless pork chops

2 eggs beaten

2 cups of Saltine crackers crushed

Salt and pepper

1 1/2 cups of canola oil


Directions:

In between 2 pieces of wax paper, place one pork chop. With a meat mallet or rolling pin, flatten out the chop to 1/4 inch thick, place on cookie sheet and proceed with the next pork chops. Set aside.

In a food processor, or a ziplock bag, crush Saltine crackers. Place in a pie plate.

In another pie plate beat the eggs.

Then take the flattened pork, dip in the eggs, and then the cracker crumbs. Set aside.

In a large frying pan, add the canola oil over medium high heat, when it starts to smoke add the pork season with a little bit of salt and pepper and cook for two minutes a side, or until just golden brown. Drain on paper towels.

Serve with fresh buns, lettuce, tomato, and onion.

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