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Pork Rouladen Cuban Style

Cuban Style Pork Rouladen, that is stuffed with ham , Swiss cheese and dill pickle
This German specialty is a take on Cuban sandwiches that are very popular in the U.S. that include ham, swiss cheese and dill pickle.


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Serving size: 1 Rouladen- Prep time:30 min -Cook time: Total time: 30 minutes ,-(6 servings) - reviews

6 boneless pork chops
6 oz. Black Forest Ham, thinly sliced
6 oz. Emmanthaller cheese (can substitute Swiss Cheese)
2 medium dill pickles cut in half to make shorter and cut into thin spears
1 cup small diced onions
2 tablespoons Dusseldorf mustard. ( substitute Dijon if you want)


1 cup flour, seasoned with 2 pinchs of salt and 2 pinchs of pepper or a nice season salt
1/ 4 cup olive or good quality vegetable oil

1 quart chicken stock
4 tablespoons flour
oil in the pan, should be about 1/ 4 cup



1. Gather your ingredients, Pound the boneless pork chop into a Schnitzel. If you want more info on pounding schnitzel go here

2. Spread mustard on the pounded Schnitzel next the chopped onions.

Put an ounce of ham and ounce of cheese on the pork, and top with some pickle slices.

Roll up and pick with toothpicks like shown.

4. Set up the flour on a plate, roll the Rouladen in the flour.

Heat 1/8th cup oil in a Skillet on medium heat, add the Rouladen and brown on all sides.

Remove onto a plate.

5. Add 4 tablespoons flour to the oil in the pan, cook for 1 minute on medium low heat.

Add the stock and whisk constantly,as it comes to a simmer
and cook for 1 minute. If you want you can add a several tablespoons of cream or milk to make it creamier and a nicer color.

Return the Rouladen to the pan and simmer for 35 40 minutes covered.

Strain the sauce if it is lumpy and not smooth. I cut the Rouladen in half to expose the nice center.

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