Easy Panini

Aug 28, 2005 by Lambeco | 1 Comments| Share it:   

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Intro

This is one of my favorite sandwich recipes. It’s incredibly versatile as far as ingredients you can use. The one I’m doing is a fresh Italian panini.

Info

  • Prep: ~30 mins.
  • Cook: ~30 mins.
  • Serves: 1

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Ingredients

  • Fresh mozzarella
  • Basil
  • Tomato
  • French Bread or Focaccia
  • Pesto/Tapenade/Aioli if you're feeling sassy)
  • Prosciutto (if you're feeling carnivorous)
  • Olive oil (veggie oil works as well, but olive is better )

Step 1

Supplies: Stove Pan Brick Tinfoil Spatula First off, go and get a brick. I grabbed one out of the walkway in front of my house.

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Step 2

Take a sheet of tinfoil, and wrap the brick like a present.

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Step 3

Next, get your ingredients together. Cut your bread into sandwich-sized chunks, and slice it in half, lengthwise.

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Step 4

Layer your condiment of choice (if any), then the tomato, then the cheese, and finally the basil. The order doesn't really matter, I suppose.

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Step 5

Layer your condiment of choice (if any), then the tomato, then the cheese, and finally the basil. The order doesn't really matter, I suppose.

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Step 6

Layer your condiment of choice (if any), then the tomato, then the cheese, and finally the basil. The order doesn't really matter, I suppose.

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Step 7

Put the top half of your bread on your sandwich, and balance the brick on top, pressing down a little. Don't press too hard, though.

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Step 8

Let the sandwich brown on the bottom. I'm not sure exactly how long, but check after 3-4 minutes. When the underside is done, it will look like this:

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Step 9

Flip it over and put the brick back on. Let it brown like the other side. Once it's brown, cut it in half, choose your favorite side-snack, put it on a plate and enjoy!

Now that you have learned how to make easy panini, please be sure to view these other sandwich recipes. Also, you will love these Italian recipes.

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1 Comment

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Dec 22, 2007

Wow, great recipe. Easy to prepare and tasty.

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