Spider Web Sandwich!

Thai spider web sandwich - finely shredded pork.

No! it is not made of spider webs or my husband’s white hair!!!!
(Dear Vern, my beloved husband, I am just kidding here) hehe. 🙂

It is my midnight meal tonight and the sandwich filling is dried shredded pork. I really love writing about Thai food. There’s so many cultural related thing, like this sandwich. I don’t know who and where is the first place to create this recipe but it is a real popular food among young people (like me).

I used to work at the coffee shop for my part time job at university. This menu was being sold every day and every table has to have it. As Thai people don’t like to eat plain food, someone create this combination and it works! Even with the bakery in Thailand they add this into the bread section of their shop.

Here’s we don’t serve it with any vegetable, I don’t know why.
The Thai chili paste taste a little sweet. Some saltiness and spiciness are also there.
Dried shredded pork, you can eat it with steamed jasmine rice or boiled rice. I even add the dried shredded pork in my omelet.

Ingredients for shredded pork (spider web) sandwich

Bread with Thai chili paste for shredded pork sandwich.

Thai shredded pork sandwich ready to eat at Joy's Thai food kitchen.

 

Author: Joy B

Sawasdee Ka! I'm Joy, the owner of Joy's Thai Food Recipe & Cooking blog. I have been cooking since I was little with my mom and aunts in northeast Thailand. I want to share my childhood Thai recipes with you. Please help me make this the best site I can by completing my survey! :) Joy To contact me use the email address below, or find me at Google+.

1 thought on “Spider Web Sandwich!”

  1. ha! my old grey hair huh? Well, don’t get me talking about the mutant hair we pulled out of your head the other day! It was like a 10 inch long BuckWheat from Saturday Night Live hair!

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