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.
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.
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.
Filled with an assortment of meats, cheeses, and greens, an electric sandwich press or indoor grill adds the finishing touch to the ciabatta or Italian bread.
For a modern take on the Thanksgiving leftover sandwich (and one that you can enjoy any day of the year), swap pomegranate molasses for cranberry sauce.
These panini are stacked with eggplant, mozzarella, roasted peppers, fresh basil, and chicken cutlets for a sandwich that easily makes a meal.
Try this delicious sandwich that features spinach, turkey, and walnut on delicious bruschetta and is toasted to perfection.
It's a salad in a sandwich! Try this chicken recipe for a quick dinner that even the kids will like.
This low-fuss panini tastes indulgent, with generous amounts of cheese, but is surprisingly low in calories.
Grilling these panini sandwiches makes the fresh greens more tender. Plus, the provolone cheese melts and acts as glue for the chicken, fennel and roasted red peppers.
Feel free to swap supermarket rotisserie chicken for the chicken thigh pieces called for in this Italian panini recipe.
Perfect for lunch at home or on the go, this cheesy tilapia panini packs a punch. Add a side of apple-carrot slaw for a healthy meal that's simple to make.
Slow cooker beef brisket gets a wake-up call when combined with chutney and tucked between slices of whole grain bread. It's a sandwich that's perfect for lunch or a casual dinner.
To satisfy bigger appetites, add sliced chicken, turkey or roast beef to these pressed sandwiches.