Italian Grilled Pork Panini
Recipe from Smithfield

This panini is a great way to bring a little Italian flavor to your meal.



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Ingredients
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    1  6  ounce package 
    Smithfield Italian Grilled Pork Strips
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    8   slices 
    Italian bread
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    1/2  cup 
    pesto
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    4  1  ounce slices 
    provolone cheese
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    1   tablespoon 
    olive oil, for brushing

Directions
1.
Spread 1 tablespoon pesto on each slice of bread. Top four slices of bread with pork strips and cheese; top each sandwich with remaining bread.
2.
Lightly brush outer surface of sandwiches with olive oil; grill in a medium-hot skillet, or sandwich press until toasted on each side.
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