Monday, March 4, 2013

Italian Muffaletta Panini

Sunday nights really are the best! Some Sunday nights, like last night, we eat and hang out with our good friends the Gilmers. Last night, we got to do this and we were looking for something quick and easy to make when Tessa suggested panini's, and I remembered a delicious sandwich I had enjoyed recently at our local coffee shop the Downtown Perk. We decided to replicate it. It's fast, easy, and really yummy!

Italian Muffaletta Panini

Shopping List:

2 slices Sourdough Bread

EVOO for brushing

3 Tbsp Italian Muffaletta Sandwich Spread
(I bought the pre-made spread in a jar, 
you can make it from scratch if you would like. 
You can find a good recipe here: Emeril's Muffaletta Recipe.)

2 slices Muenster Cheese

several slices Beef Pastrami, chipped
(You can find this at the deli counter)

several slices Genoa Salami
(also at the deli counter)

1. Brush one side of each slice of bread with EVOO.
2. Spread Muffaletta spread on bread. Add meat and cheese.
3. Cook on panini press, George Foreman grill, or stovetop griddle over medium heat for 2-3 mins (or until both sides have browned).
4. Serve hot with a nice cup of Tomato Bisque soup. Enjoy!

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