Two of the most delectable things in life are combined in this Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese Sandwich: Pulled pork and grilled cheese!
It doesn't get any better than this! Sweet and smoky pork together with creamy cheese - it doesn't get any better than this!
Pulled pork, smoky cheddar, and creamy mozzarella grilled between two slices of ciabatta are the perfect combination to create the ultimate grilled cheese. Get ready to feast your eyes. That's a lot of porky, cheesy goodness between those two slices of bread. Oh, and it's delicious.
It's easy to make, kid-friendly, crazy delicious, and a great way to use leftover pulled pork from a barbeque. Don't be afraid to gussy it up with a cheese that doesn't come in shrink-wrapped slices. Consider it a sandwich adventure.
Can This Be Made Ahead Of Time
The sandwiches are perfect for tailgating, but you can start with your pork that has already been smoked if you don't wish to set up your smoker the night before. If you don't mind smoking yourself, you can pick one up from your favorite joint a few days in advance. From there, simply place your skillet on the grill and start cooking.
What Cut of Meat For Pulled Pork
Pork shoulder (pork butt) or pork leg (pork leg) are both excellent for making pulled pork. You want to use a cut of pork that is easy to shred and has a good ratio of meat to fat, so the meat stays juicy without becoming too greasy.
What Kind Of Bread For Grilled Cheese
A grilled cheese sandwich can be made with almost any bread, as long as it toasts well and is sturdy enough to hold the filling. A white sandwich bread, a sourdough, a country loaf, or a boule all work well.
Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese
A wooden skewer secures three pulled pork grilled cheese sandwiches stacked on top of each other. Don't limit yourself to just pork sandwiches. Sandwich a few slices of American cheese between a pile of smoked pork on a bun. With a generous dollop of butter over cast iron, everything melds together into the perfect food.
• Pulled Pork
• 1 pound boneless pork shoulder
• 1 sliced onion
• 2 garlic cloves
• 1 can plum tomato
• Vegetable Stock
• Grilled Cheese
• Cold Pulled Pork
• 1/2 cup Fontina Cheese
• 1/2 Cup Mozzarella Cheese
• 1/2 cup Mayonnaise
• Chopped parsley
• 1 tbsp Butter
• Whole sourdough milk bread
• Hot sauce of preference
• Sear all sides of the boneless pork shoulder
• Add sliced onion and garlic cloves
• Fill the pot with crushed plum tomatoes and vegetable stock after sautéing until translucent.
• Let it simmer for two to three hours.
• Let chill until use
• `Make a pocket on each slice of bread by cutting two thick slices of bread at least 2 inches wide.
• The pockets should be filled half with cheese and the rest with pulled pork and pan sauce.
• Mayonnaise should be spread on both sides of the sandwich.
• Sear one side of the sandwich in butter on a griddle or cast iron pan over medium heat.
• Once golden brown, flip the sandwich and add the cheese.
• The next side should be golden brown, so flip it again and add more cheese.
• After the cheese melts, flip it over and melt the last side.
• Serve with a hot sauce dip while it is still warm.