Ham, cheese and pulled pork..... whats not to like !  This long time favorite started out like a lot of sandwichs with leftovers, for the original I started with garlic toast, deli ham and american cheese with left over pulled pork, wrapped in tinfoil, I "cooked" them on the exhaust manifolds of the car. The wraps came in when I needed something to take to a party which is also where they got the name.

Step 1: Getting Ready

Here's what your going to need to recreate this tasty wrap

 deli ham
 shredded chedder
 pulled pork
 hot peppers
 bbq sauce
 a heat source

Step 2: Build It

well I could make each ingredient a different step but then I'd need to come up with a name for each step, so lets condense it .

 take a portion of pulled pork that your going to use, add some bbq sauce, cover the bowl with a paper plate and lay out your tortillas, pop them in the microwave for about a minute

 take one of your warm tortillas and add a layer or more of sliced deli ham, a healthy helping of shredded cheese, now add a nice layer of pulled pork, top it all with more bbq sauce and your favorite hot peppers (optional)
 Now roll it up and wrap in aluminum foil

Step 3: Cook It

Like I said at the start, the original was cooked on the car manifold but since then I've made them on the grill, in a smoker, a toaster oven and rocks next to a bonfire so the method of heating is really up to you. A light browning on the outside is good but not necessary as long as everything is heated through and the cheese melts

Step 4: Bbq Sauce (a Mini "ible")

I enjoy a lot of styles of BBQ sauce, from the vinager based to tomato and mustard based, this is really a combination of all and was originally created by being frugal. Most BBQ shacks give you lots of bbq sauce for takeout, I didn't want to throw out the leftovers but those little plastic cups dont store well. I had an almost empty yellow mustard bottle that I thought what the heck... after adding the bbq sauce to the mustard I tasted the result, not bad but... a little more vinager, some more yellow and dark spicey mustard and finally a bit of hot sauce..hhmmm thats not bad at all ! Since that original idea Ive also made "the sauce" with bottled tomato based bbq sauce.  Sorry there are no measurements, its all by taste

Step 5: Variations

I've shown you a wrap, the original was on toasted italian bread with garlic butter, use a hard roll and its almost a cuban.
 I used shredded chedder here but slices of swiss or pepper jack work great, even american cheese in a pinch.
 HEY its a sandwich/wrap... use your imagination !
Every build or recipe on here is great - gotta follow you just so I can work my way through some of the brill food. <br> <br>Just found my next project - love the idea of cooking with the car - we get outdoors quite a lot, more so in summer, making a cooking container that stays fixed to the vehicle will keep me busy for a few days ( I bore easy ) - thanks for the instructable, your feedback and the inspiration to build anew. <br> <br>DZ
<p>My truck has a pipe with screw on ends and worm clamps attach it to the headers. We cook hot pockets and wraps like this all the time on the trail.</p>
Thank you for the great comment. Newer cars are more difficult to find an open area to cook on but they are also usually cleaner. It takes a while to cook on an engine or exhaust system so be ready for a good ride
it has pulled pork so yummy is a given !
that looks awesome i cant wait to try it im definitely going to vote for that
(puts the clothes iron on &quot;cotton&quot; setting)
lmao...hadn't thought about that but it could work !

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