Pan con Bistec (Cuban Palomilla Steak Sandwich) is by far one of my favorite sandwiches. Thinly sliced steak that is tenderized, marinated, fried in olive oil and then topped with sauteed onions and pressed to a buttery golden brown. Just thinking about it makes my mouth water!
This Cuban Bacon Egg Sandwich is a great way to start your day. Couple it with some Cafe con Leche and you will be in heaven!
This West Tampa Cuban Sandwich recipe is the way that I have enjoyed most of the Cuban sandwiches I have eaten in West Tampa for over 40 years… You just can’t go wrong with this version of the popular sandwich.
The Original Cuban Sandwich is a variation of a ham and cheese originally created in cafes catering to Cuban cigar workers in the early Cuban immigrant communities of Florida: Key West, Ybor City and West Tampa.
The Miami-style Cuban Sandwich is a version of the Original Cuban Sandwich which does not contain Salami or Mustard, but is made pretty much the same and contains all other ingredients.
Making a good Pan con Bistec Empanizado (Breaded Steak Sandwich) is really easy if you pick a good cut of meat, tenderize it, marinate it, bread it with good ingredients and lightly fry them with care. Serve it on some fresh Cuban Bread, with fried onions and Mayo and you will be in heaven. YUM!!
This Mojo Roasted Pork Sandwich will melt in your mouth. You haven’t lived till you have had one of these sandwiches.