Traditional Indiana Breaded Tenderloin Sandwich Recipe
If you're in Indiana, if you're from Indiana and wish you were back home, or if you're rooting for Indiana in the Big Game, you'll want to grab one of these breaded, fried pork tenderloin sandwiches.
This is definitely a traditional Indiana breaded pork tenderloin sandwich. And it's wonderful! I miss these so much. If you really want it to be authentic, take the time to pound the meat until it's about 1/4" thick. It helps it overhang the bun (like it should). Also, be sure to use mustard and pickles, the rest is optional. Thank you, Kathi!
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These sandwiches are really delicious and easy to make. They are one of my family's fix-it-quick favorites. I like to serve them with big bowls of steaming vegetable soup and dill pickles on the side. Enjoy!