Panini Grill by Krups
Panini is Italian for little grilled sandwiches or snacks. Many favorite bistros are now featuring these tasty grilled sandwiches on their menu, but why go out - you can make your own delicious version right at home! The grill is two-sided and features a nonstick, ribbed surface so your sandwiches a... See complete description »
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Panini is Italian for little grilled sandwiches or snacks. Many favorite bistros are now featuring these tasty grilled sandwiches on their menu, but why go out - you can make your own delicious version right at home! The grill is two-sided and features a nonstick, ribbed surface so your sandwiches and snacks easily remove once cooked. A cool-touch chrome exterior ensures safe operation. An indicator light signals when the grill is on and a regulator light switches off when the cooking temperature is reached. Designed with a floating hinge system so you can grill food of varying thickness. For cleaning, allow to cool then wipe with a soft, damp cloth. For extra culinary ideas, it includes a recipe book.
Features nonstick plates for easy removal and quick cleanup. Cool touch Handle for added safety. Floating hinge adjusts automatically. Locking latch for upright storage.
We love love love our panini maker!!!!
We use it practically every day, experimenting with ingredients for any meal of the day. Our 9 year old loves it too and can make his own snacks without hassle or mess, plus it's big enough to make 3-4 sandwiches at once.
Panini grills are great!!
This is my FAVORITE kitchen appliance! I actually use it to grill perfect fish, chichen and vegetables. Heats up quick and food is done in 4-6 min. Cleanup is much easier that a george foreman grill. The addition of the panini cook book makes it a wonderful gift- I ordered one for everyone getting married this Summer.
I was delighted to recieve my panini grill. I have only used it a few times, but my sanwiches and grilled veggies came out great. My expectations were met, altho the cookbook that was included needed more variety in sandwich choices for the beginner/intermediate panini sandwich maker. I didn`t need all the bruschetta and crostini recipes. I also would like the grill plates to have been removable for ease in cleaning, as the grill doesen`t tilt down to release grease and particles like the George Foreman grill. I love the floating hindge concept for thicker breads. I look forward to more experimenting with the new grill. Mina Littler
This is a replacement for the Krups Panini maker that we bought two years ago. It is one of the few appliance that we have that we use almost every day. We've purchased two to give as gifts. When ours stopped working we were crushed. Plain sandwiches are just so..... plain. We had to order another one right away. We tried all kinds of sandwiches waiting for the new one to arrive: baked, toasted, done in a cast iron pan with weights, etc. There is nothing like a Krups Panini.
I ordered this grill to use in our coffee shop and we LOVE it. Very even grilling and the product is solid. Would definitely purchase another (and we might!)
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The sandwich was named after an English nobleman named John Montagu, the Earl of Sandwich. In 1762, he accidentally created one of the world's most popular foods when he asked his cook to place his meat between two slices of bread, so he could eat his supper without interrupting his card game.