Thursday, June 14, 2018

medianoche -

Medianoche (pronounced [meðjanotʃe]; "midnight" in Spanish) is a kind of sandwich or sandwich that comes from Cuba. It is presented in many Cuban communities in the United States. Named so because of the popularity of sandwiches as the staple food served at the Havana nightclub just around or after midnight.

The medianoche consists of roast pork, ham, mustard, Swiss cheese, and dill pickle. This is a cousin near the Cuban sandwich, the main difference being that the medianoche is made from bread that uses a soft and sweet egg dough similar to Challahs rather than the crispy Cuban bread. Like a Cuban sandwich, the medianoche is usually warmed in a toaster before meals.