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Southwestern Cheese Panini

July/August 2007

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Lots of colorful vegetables and salsa make this cheesy panini prettier than any grilled cheese you've ever seen. The small amount of Cheddar cheese in this sandwich goes a long way because it is shredded and sharp. Serve with a mixed salad and you've got a delightful lunch or light supper. If you happen to have a panini maker, go ahead and skip Step 3 and grill the panini according to the manufacturer's directions.



READER'S COMMENT:
"These were delicious! Traded the onions for cilantro and Monterrey Jack cheese for the cheddar, but definitely a keeper. I used a hearty whole grain bread, heated my pan with the oil before hand, and then plopped them in there. I stuck an...
Southwestern Cheese Panini

19 Reviews for Southwestern Cheese Panini

02/05/2011
So good

These were so good ... I agree with the reviewer who said they would never make a regular grilled cheese again. What a great way to get some veggies in and the small amount of cheese seemed like so much more.

Delicious and healthy
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12/12/2010
Perfect!

These came out delicious, and came together very, very quickly. I had no problems with the bread getting soggy.

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09/17/2010

These were delicious! Traded the onions for cilantro and Monterrey Jack cheese for the cheddar, but definitely a keeper. I used a hearty whole grain bread, heated my pan with the oil before hand, and then plopped them in there. I stuck an earthenware plate on top with a couple cans on top of that. Used just a bit of oil, and the times that I didn't have any visible oil in the skillet they still came out great. I'll never make an ordinary grilled cheese again, these were delicious!

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08/26/2010
Anonymous

Easy and delicious!

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07/28/2010
Anonymous

Use your top of the stove grill pan. George Foreman grill for 1/2 the cooking time.

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