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Cuban Mojo Pork Sandwich

Cuban Mojo Pork Sandwich served with plantain chips.
Cuban Mojo Pork Sandwich

Yes! this is when leftovers are the best! I made a delicious Slow Cooker Mojo Pork a couple of days ago and being a family of four, that is a lot of pork to consume in one sitting. I used an almost 4 lb pork butt and rendered enough for at least 12 people. Imagine how much I have left!

Because I always repurpose my leftovers, what more classic could I get than to use the Cuban seasoned pork to make a Cuban sandwich. So here I am today, sharing my recipe with you. This recipe is simple and brings a whole other dimension to this pork.

There is actually such a thing as Cuban bread and many recipes on Pinterest for it but I prefer my sandwiches with sourdough so I decided to use it for this recipe as well. Let’s dive in!

Watch me make it!
Cuban Mojo Pork Sandwich served with plantain chips.

Cuban Mojo Pork Sandwich

Easy Cuban Sandwich recipe made with leftover Slow Cooker Mojo Pork.
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Course: dinner, lunch, Main Course, Snack
Cuisine: Caribbean, Cuban, Latin, Latin Fusion
Keyword: best cuban sadwich, caribbean sandwich, cuban recipes, cuban sandwich, easy cuban sandwich, leftover pork recipe, mojo pork, mojo sauce, pork cuban sandwich, pork sandwich, slow cooker cuban mojo pork, slow cooker mojo pork, slow cooker pork recipe
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
For Slow Cooker Mojo Pork: 9 hours
Servings: 4 Sandwiches


  • Sandwich Press/Panini Maker


  • 8 slices of sourdough bread Cuban bread or rolls are ok as well
  • 2 cups shredded (leftover) mojo pork
  • 8 slices of honey ham 2 per sandwich or to taste
  • 8 slices swiss cheese 2 per sandwich or amount to taste
  • yellow mustard to taste
  • dill pickles sliced and amount to taste
  • Pam butter spray


  • Start heating the sandwich press/panini maker.
  • Heat up leftover Mojo Pork. Make sure to shred it as finely as possible.
  • Place loafs of bread on a flat surface.
  • One one loaf, add preferred amount of mustard, top with slices of ham, pickles, pork and swiss cheese. Top with the other loaf.
  • Spray sandwich press/panini maker with Pam butter spray and place the sandwich in the press.
  • Press until desired golden color. I left mine in for about 5 minutes.


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