Why go out for a panini sandwich when you can make a great one at home? With tasty combos like smoked chicken and prosciutto or mango chutney and beef, our panini recipes offer plenty of delicious ideas.See Popular Panini Sandwiches Recipes
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These mini meatball sandwiches can be prepared in advance; simply bake, cool, and freeze them in airtight plastic bags. To serve, thaw and reheat in the oven at 325 degrees for 12 minutes.
This panini is a hand-held version of your favorite antipasti plate.
Soft honey-oat bread and sun-dried tomato flavored mayonnaise make this turkey and cheese sandwich anything but ordinary. It's simple to make and really good!
A simple to make cranberry chutney makes an ordinary turkey and cheese sandwich extraordinary...especially when it's served on cinnamon swirl bread.
Tired of the same old sandwich? Then you've got to try this panini featuring puff pastry "bread" filled with cream cheese, prosciutto, arugula and nectarine slices. Outstanding!
This recipe combines three quintessentially Italian foods into a satisfying sandwich. Gorgonzola dolce is a creamy, mild, spreadable version of the famously pungent blue cheese.
Served warm and oozing with melted cheese, this restaurant-style panini features Mediterranean vegetables like zucchini, peppers and plum tomatoes on whole grain bread. It's easy to make, comforting and delicious.
This sandwich is a tribute to Buffalo's favorite chicken wing recipe. If you don't have any leftover barbecued chicken, plain cooked chicken will do, especially when tossed with spicy barbecue sauce.
My kosher granfather wouldn't have dreamed of melting Muenster cheese on his corned beef, but I can't resist this combination after having enjoyed it in Germany as an adult.
This sandwich is almost as simple as they come -- and grilling it adds a touch of flavor.
Cut the prep time for your Cuban Sandwich by using rotisserie chicken in place of traditional pork roast. Don't worry: This recipe keeps all the signature flavors, like mustard, onion and pickles.
Save loads of money by making your own fancy deli sandwiches at home. A supermarket steal (chipotle-flavored mayo) makes this loaded panini a breeze to grill up for lunch or dinner.
One amazing panini!
To make these sandwiches, use 6-by-4-inch slices of dense white bread from a peasant loaf to accommodate the hearty filling.
Panini are crispy sandwiches that are typically flatted when they are grilled. This quick and easy meal can be altered with ingredients of your choice.
This vegetarian hot sandwich packs in savory eggplant and sweet bell peppers along with zucchini and red onions, all grilled to caramelize the sugars and create intense flavors.
This panini is a great way to bring a little Italian flavor to your meal.