Panini (Paperback) by Mcauley, Jo
Paperback; Published 9/30/2005; 96 Pages; ISBN 9781552856871
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A taste of Italy for casual eating.
The panini is a grilled Italian sandwich, a popular menu item in bistros, cafés and delis. Panini is filled with easy-to-use recipes for vegetarian, seafood, meat and dessert sandwiches. Also included are instructions on how to make the best panini, what tools are needed and what ingredients to use.
The recipes put a modern twist on celebrated classics such as the Grilled New York Reuben or the BLT Bagini, and create classics-to-be like the Raisin Panini with Maple Syrup and Ice Cream. There are more than 50 recipes for almost every occasion.
I have another panini cookbook that has some ridiculous recipes in it. It's stuff I'd never make unless I owned a restaurant...not kid friendly food at all. This one is still a little out there but much more reasonable.
This Panini Grill is great! It allows me to stuff the sandwich full of great meats or veggies. We were going to make leftover turkey sandwiches one night and remembered the new grill. Wow! Turn your plain sandwich into a super sandwich!
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Panini sandwiches are the ultimate what's-in-the-fridge? meal. Use whatever you have on hand to create inventive combinations. Next time you need a quick dinner, why not try a simple yet delicious panino made with green apples, dijon mustard, and Swiss cheese?