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Panini Magic.

Postby gonbechan » Fri Jan 26, 2018 4:07 pm

At Christmas we bought ourselves a present of a panini press.
I must say it has changed our lives and really jazzed up the way we process leftovers too.

We get sharp cheddar from Costco for the sarnies but I suppose any favorite cheese would do.

Does anyone have one of these and if so, what is your favorite filling?

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Re: Panini Magic.

Postby Zasso Nouka » Sat Jan 27, 2018 7:17 am

We're trying to convince Mrs Nouka's mother to give up hers, she bought it for her cafe and has only ever used it once. Since then it has sat on a shelf gather dust but she swears she will start using it one day.

I'm a big fan of tuna melt paninis

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Re: Panini Magic.

Postby gonbechan » Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:23 am

The best ever we have made so far was when we had a spare pack of meat for sukiyaki.
I browned the meat in a frying pan and then added a little steak sauce which I cooked off so the meat was caramelized.
Then made panini with that, slivers of sharp cheddar and a good dollop of mayo on the meat.
We used normal supermarket rye bread (6 slice ver) and only had enough filling for 2 generous sandwiches (so one each) but it was so satisfying that we basked in its memory for several hours.


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