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How to Make Homemade Panini

By Carolyn Malcoun, July/August 2007

Quick pressed sandwiches in minutes—no fancy equipment required.


READER'S COMMENT:
"Please ignore my prior comment. Just read through the site panini recipes and realized all your recipes are for FOUR sandwiches, not two. Sorry I didn't read them earlier (I got here from a google search for making homemade paninis,...
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a teapot with water works well too.

Anonymous

11/05/2009 - 6:47pm

If you like the look of the 'grill marks' on a real panini you can also use a george foreman grill. There isn't a need to press on it much except at the start. In a pinch and out of bread- I've used the grill and hot dog buns for a really real looking panini! hehe!

Anonymous

10/14/2010 - 6:25pm

Please forgive me if I'm confused, but if you're making 2 sandwiches, do you use 1 tsp. of oil for 2 sandwiches? The directions state to put the 2 panini in the pan after heating 1 tsp. of oil (and the picture shows this), yet the directions go on to state you will still have another panini to cook after removing the first two. Please clarify? Thank You!

Anonymous

11/11/2013 - 3:24pm

Please ignore my prior comment. Just read through the site panini recipes and realized all your recipes are for FOUR sandwiches, not two. Sorry I didn't read them earlier (I got here from a google search for making homemade paninis, hence my reading only those directions.) My bad! x(

The recipes look great, though, and I look forward to trying them. Thanks and here's to happy, healthy cooking! ;D

- Stephanie O'Leary

Anonymous

11/11/2013 - 3:58pm



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