The Everything Panini Press Cookbook (Everything Series)
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Panini sandwiches are quick and scrumptious mainstays of delis, coffee shops, and Italian restaurants, and now you can create your own restaurant-inspired panini sandwiches with this cookbook! Here you'll find 300 recipes, from traditional Italian sandwiches to grilled appetizers, desserts, and breakfasts. You'll prepare mouthwatering recipes, including:
- Eggplant, Peppers, and Pesto Panini
- Cilantro Lime Tilapia Panini
- Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed French Toast
- Grilled Vegetable Wontons
- Lamb, Baba Ganoush, and Feta Panini
- Blueberry Angel Food Panini
Panini expert Anthony Tripodi offers useful tips and techniques for perfect results every time. From simple to gourmet, these recipes are sure to be the next best thing since sliced, stuffed, and grilled bread!
roll. Add the teriyaki sauce. 2. Place the burger into the panini press and close the lid. 3. Cook for 2–3 minutes. Remove from press and slice in half. Serve warm. Portobello Pesto Burger INGREDIENTS | SERVES 1 1 portobello mushroom cap 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 whole-grain roll 3 slices mozzarella cheese 3 slices roasted red peppers 2 tablespoons Pesto Sauce (see Chapter 19) A portobello mushroom is a perfectly acceptable substitute for a hamburger.
press. Place burger patty on panini press and close the lid. If your press has a drip spout for excess grease to run off, you’ll want to put a small container underneath. 2. Cook 5–6 minutes, less if a rare burger is desired. Remove cooked burger and set aside. 3. Wearing an oven mitt, wipe burger grease from panini press with a wad of paper towels. 4. Put burger inside the hamburger roll and top with mango chutney, lettuce, and onion slices. Close the burger. Place back on panini press, close
out. 1. Preheat the panini press. Place chicken cutlets on panini press. Sprinkle with salt and pepper before closing lid. Cook for 4–6 minutes, depending on thickness of the chicken breast. Remove from panini press and set aside. 2. Cut chicken into small pieces and place in a bowl with the butter and hot sauce. If the chicken is still warm the butter will melt on its own; otherwise, melt butter in the microwave first. 3. Cut a long roll in half lengthwise and pour the contents of the bowl in
wooden spoon until well blended. 2. On a wonton wrapper, add a spoonful of the filling and wet the edges with your finger or a basting brush. Lay another wonton wrapper on top and seal the edges well, using more water as necessary. Set aside. Repeat the wonton-filling process until you are out of the filling or wontons. Preheat the panini press. 3. Place wontons on panini press and gently close the lid. Cook for 3–5 minutes or until wontons are crisp. 4. Remove from press and serve warm.
the pulse setting until everything is chopped. 3. Add garlic and pine nuts and continue processing until smooth. 4. Add salt and pepper and mix well. 5. Remove from food processor and store in refrigerator for up to a week. Roasted Garlic INGREDIENTS | SERVES 2 1 bulb garlic 2 tablespoons olive oil Roasting garlic takes away the strong, bitter taste of raw garlic and gives it a milder, nutty flavor. 1. Preheat oven to 400°F. 2. Peel away the papery outer layers of garlic skin,