Tender pork slow cooked in a smoky adobo tomato sauce then piled on toasted bread and topped with a garlic mayo. These Slow Cooker Adobo Pork Sandwiches with Garlic Mayo are so good!
My slow cooker is one of my favorite kitchen appliances. I use it all year long. I love using it when it’s 8 degrees outside and when its 108 degrees. It is life-saving if you ask me. I especially love it when we are in the craziness of baseball season.
I have to admit, baseball season around our house is much calmer now than it was when all five of my boys were playing. That was pure insanity, but I loved it and I actually miss it. I’m down to my youngest two playing and while it makes life a little less chaotic, it makes me kind of sad.
These Slow Cooker Adobo Pork Sandwiches with Garlic Mayo are what we shoveled into our mouths the other night as we were headed to baseball games.
They were fabulous. What’s not to love? Toasted bread, slathered in garlic mayo, then piled with smoky, tender pork and topped with pickles and whatever else you’d like.
The recipe suggested red onions, which I didn’t have, but I probably wouldn’t have put them on anyway. I used shredded purple cabbage and lots of pickles. Now hopefully you’re a fan of pickles, but I guess if you’re not, you can leave them off, but it makes these sandwiches sooo good! My boys also piled on some shredded cheddar cheese.
Give them a try and let me know what you think.Print
Recipe Source: Adapted slightly from a Slow Cooker Country Living Magazine