This post is sponsored by Society Culinaria on behalf of Flatout Bread. All opinions are 100% my own.
My sister, niece and nephews recently came to visit me. Oh how I loved spending time with them. Even though we were a little cramped in my tiny abode.
This visit my sister and I decided we wanted to explore so we took a couple of road trips to see more of our beautiful country. And man is there a lot of country out there.
One of our trips was to New Mexico to visit Carlsbad Caverns. Having never been there before, I took to google to find a place to eat close by.
Our choices were limited because after a long, long day, we didn’t want to stop. Normally I enjoy a sit down meal but this time we wanted a place to get food on the go.
After a lot of searching, I found a taco stand that caught my eye because they served a Cuban sandwich. Of course I ordered it.
And when I got it, guess what it had on it. Go on, guess.
You know that saying: “if you like it, put an egg on it.” Boom.
Elevated Cuban Sandwich Wrap.
My favorite way these days to make my sandwiches is with Flatout bread. Especially the Foldits. They are a blank canvas and I can pile all my favorites on it to make a healthy lunch. Every flatbread available is low in fat, a good source of fiber and tasty too.
This Elevated Cuban Sandwich came about because I had leftover pulled pork from my favorite BBQ place over the weekend. I’m always looking for different ways to use leftovers and the Foldit helps turn leftovers into something amazing. Of course I had to recreate for you the street style sandwich I got on our trip.
If you haven’t tried any of the Flatout products yet, you really need to get on it. You can find Flatout products at pretty much all grocery stores but check out this link to find a store near you. I find them at all my local grocery stores that I visit.
Elevated Cuban Sandwich Wrap
1 Flatout Foldit
2 tsp Yellow Mustard
2 slices Swiss Cheese
1 slice Maple Glazed Ham
1/4 c Pulled Pork
3 Dill Pickle slices
1 egg, cooked over easy
Heat griddle pan over medium heat. Warm one side of Flatout Foldit.
Remove Foldit from heat and spread mustard on warm side. Place Foldit back on griddle with mustard side up.
Add one slice cheese to each side. Top with ham on one side and pulled pork on other.
Add pickles on top of pulled pork. Once cheese has melted, add cooked egg on top of pickles. Fold flatbread over to create sandwich.
Yields: 1 Serving
Prep time: 5 minutes (cooking time for egg)
Cook time: 5-7 minutes
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