Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches with Red Cabbage Coleslaw and Sriracha


If you have a BJ's Wholesale Club near out and buy their bag of small crusty rolls from their Artisan Bread Collection (preservative and cholesterol free) and make these sandwiches today! (I do not get paid to promote BJ's, but I am a long time member of the store and these rolls are a staple in our home! They freeze well and when heated in the oven, turn into the perfect crusty roll for dinner rolls, garlic bread or sandwiches!) 

If you do not live near a BJ's, simply make sure you pick-up some delicious rolls, crusty on the outside and soft and chewy in the center!  I like to warm the rolls first too...just to give them that extra who doesn't love the smell of bread warming in the oven! 

Like I mention in my attached post on SheKnows...these Pork tenderloin sandwiches with red cabbage coleslaw and Sriracha (click on the link for the recipe) are addicting!

Serve them warm, room temperature or cool and be sure to make a lot! They will fly off the tray at your next tailgate or game day party! I promise if you like all the ingredients in this sandwich  - you will love these! Enjoy!

Cheers! Carolyn xo


Miss Meat and Potatoes said...

Mmmmmm. Anything with pork tenderloin gets my attention but this setup is phenomenal. Well done!

Lea Ann (Cooking On The Ranch) said...

I'm so glad you're back blogging. You post the best stuff. I just bought a bag of Pretzel slider rolls at Costco. I'm looking for just the perfect slider recipe. I'll head over and take a look at the link.