Sunday Snapshots: Cochinita Pibil Sandwich & Other Foods I’m Loving This Week #2

by Spicie Foodie on February 17, 2013

Cochinita Pibil Sandwich Recipe by Spicie Foodie Happy Sunday! Today I want to share the second installment of Foods I’m Loving This Week. The last one was a while back, and so it’s time for another. Also I want to share these delectable cochinita pibil sandwiches. Early last year I shared my recipe for cochinita pibil, a slow roasted pork from the Yucatan peninsula that is marinated with orange juice, achiote paste, spices, then roasted until tender and falling apart. Typically the dish is eaten on corn tortilla as tacos, and topped with pickled red onions, but I decided to give my leftovers a little twist with these sandwiches. The full cochinita pibil recipe can be found in my archives here, Cochinita Pibil, The Easy Way, and below is how to prepare the sandwiches — not that you need a recipe for them.

Cochinita Pibil Sandwiches
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Use leftover cochinta pibil, Yucatan slow roasted pork, in these delectable sandwiches.
Recipe type: Main, Lunch, Leftovers
Cuisine: Mexican, Pork, Sandwich
  • Leftover cochinita pibil (*recipe link in Notes section)
  • hamburger buns or Mexican sandwich bread, or sandwich bread of choice
  • pickled red onions**
  • avocado slices
  • Mexican queso fresco*** or sub. with Feta cheese
  • radish slices
  • lettuce
  • jalapenos
  1. Using leftover cochinta pibil assemble sandwich as desired with suggested toppings, or toppings of choice.
LINKS: *COCHINITA PIBIL & *** PICKLED RED ONION http://www.spiciefoodie.com/2012/01/06/cochinita-pibil-the-easy-way/ ***HOMEMADE QUESO FRESCO http://www.spiciefoodie.com/2011/07/21/queso-fresco-the-easy-way-version-1-3/


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