I have two teenage boys, but we still never manage to finish a pork loin or beef roast when I cook one. And the guys just aren’t enthusiastic about eating leftovers unless I can make it look like something new. This was my latest attempt, and it was an unqualified success.
I had some lovely, tender pork loin left over, so I picked up a package of Hawaiian rolls at the grocery. I split all the rolls in half horizontally, scattered a layer of shredded pork over them, and put a dollop of barbeque sauce on each roll. I had some provolone cheese in the fridge, so I split 2 slices between all the little sandwiches. Then I put the tops of the rolls back on and brushed them with a mixture of 1/2 stick melted butter and 2 Tbsp onion flakes. Bake at 350 degrees until they start to brown, and you have mini-sandwiches they will never recognize as last night’s leftovers! And those green beans are one of my new favorite side dishes, courtesy of my Aunt Beverly!