Filled with roasted pork, ham, cheese, and a super flavorful mustard sauce, these sandwiches will transport you straight to Miami!
Combine all ingredients for the sauce and set aside.
In a pan over medium heat, melt butter. Once melted and starting to bubble, add ham to one side of the pan and roasted pork to the other, and cook until heated through and just starting to brown. Remove from heat.
Preheat broiler on high.
To assemble sandwiches, cut baguette in half and slice lengthwise, making sure to not slice all the way through. Spread the sauce on both sides inside the baguette, followed by cheese, ham, and pork loin. (You might have some sauce leftover. If so, just set it aside.)
Ona foil-lined baking sheet, broil sandwiches until the bread is crusty but not browning and the cheese is bubbly and melty. Spoon any remaining sauce on top and serve.
I like to use Against The Grain gluten-free baguettes for this recipe. They come in a package of 2, and each baguette makes 2 sandwiches. I found them in the frozen bread section of Whole Foods. You can use any type of gluten free baguette or sandwich roll you prefer, or if you're not gluten free you can use any bread of your choosing.