When I have leftovers from a roast, one of the first things that I think of to use them in is almost always a sandwich. With my newly made bacon wrapped maple roast pork I was looking forward to a nice roast pork sandwich and the best part was that the bacon was already covered. The next component is the one that really makes this sandwich, the spicy apple chutney , which went so well with the bacon wrapped maple roast pork. From there I finished the sandwich off with the standard lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise. One of the best things about leftover roast sandwiches is that they are so easy to put together and they make for great quick meals. This roast pork with apple chutney sandwich was really good! The sweet and spicy apple chutney went really well with the salty and maple-y pork in sandwich form. As I had recently learned in my curried chicken salad sandwich with apple chutney the apple chutney and mayo flavour combo is also a great one and it really finished this sandwich off perfectly.
Roast Pork Sandwich with Apple Chutney
- 1 bun (sliced in half)
- 2 slices leftover roast pork (warmed if you like)
- 2 tablespoons apple chutney
- 2 slices tomato
- 2 leaves lettuce
- 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
- Assemble sandwich.
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This sandwich looks great!
This post, and all of your foods are so visually appealing that I can only imagine how satisfying they are to eat. I love the variety of foods you make based off of a similar main ingredient. Keep on fooding on!
Linda - one scoop at a time says
Crusty bread, nom. nom. Is it ciabatta?
Sometimes I like my leftover roast sandwich even better than the roast!
What a gorgeous sandwich – I would make the roast just so I could enjoy it 🙂
Yum!! Your apple chutney is making the rounds. I've definitely got to give it a try.
pork and apples really go well together
been a stalker for a while and tonight i made your roast pork with bacon and maple, along with your maple roasted acorn squash…they were awesome!! thanks for these great recipes…you are amazing!!
This is the way I love to eat leftover pork, in sandwichs. I like the twist of using your apple chutney in this one. Delicious.
Conor @ HoldtheBeef says
You know how to make a mean sandwich, it looks so enticing.
I love roast pork in sandwiches and I think the chutney is a wonderful counterpoint! great looking post!
I always love to see your sandwiches in the days after you cook roasts! They always seem so delicious. This one is no exception.
I just made your cranberry chutney and love it, so I really should get on making this apple version.
I love a good sandwich and a bit of chutney can make it really special. The sandwiches are the best part of a roasted turkey or pork loin.
George Gaston says
Kevin, you are a Master Sandwich maker. I would love to have one of every sandwich you have posted. Thanks
This looks like the perfect fall sandwich. I would LOVE to put this leftover roast pork in a Cuban sandwich, too – how flavorful!
By the way, I just stumbled upon your blog and love, love, love your food! You cook and post SO much … how do you do it?! I'm happy – endless ideas for me and the rest of your readers!
Delicious sandwich, apple chutney making more appetizing.
pastry studio says
I can't help but drool over each sandwich iteration you post.
I think I'm going to make your apple chutney for Christmas gifts. I'll add a tag with some suggestions for use and include your sandwich. Thanks for the inspiration.
The sandwich looks terrific. Would this also work with peach chutney?
you kill me kevin you truly do…you have the same sammie cravings as I.
This looks like my kind of BLT! Yum.
I love leftover sandwiches, too! This looks great
This looks like a wonderful flavor combination…what a great sammie Kevin!
Great recipe – that is a sandwich to die for! Looks delicious. Far better than the college meal plans I am on.
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ArmadilloPepper: A peach chutney would also work well. I should have made some while the peaches were in season!
Delicious! I'm especially drawn by the tomatoes… yummy…