Pork Milanese Sandwiches
2 Pork cutlets, sliced
Lemon Basil Aioli
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1 TBS fresh chopped basil
1 TSP lemon pepper seasoning
I'm taking my left over pork cutlets and transforming them into pork Milanese sandwiches. I really like the combination of the crispy bread and cutlets with something creamy, so I'm making a lemony-basil mayo.
Pre-heat oven to 375. Cut cibatta into 6-8 inch slices, then slice each piece in half. Place on baking sheet and top with sliced pork cutlets. Heat up in the oven for 8-10 minutes, or until cutlets are warm. In the meantime, I mix my mayo with basil and a pinch of lemon pepper seasoning. If you don't have lemon pepper seasoning you could use fresh squeezed lemon juice, salt and pepper. When the sandwiches come out of the over spread the mayo then top with arugula.
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