Club PaniniMay 14, 2012
We love making paninis, especially during the summer when it’s too hot out to make much else. We typically do turkey, cheese, and a sweet chili sauce (which is awesome, by the way!) so I thought it would be fun to switch it up by making Club Paninis.
These turned out pretty much perfect. The only problem I had was shutting the panini maker since the sandwiches were so big!
Turkey, ham, bacon, provolone and cheddar cheese, tomato, and a mix of mayo, mustard, and parsley and you have yourself a pretty awesome sandwich!
recipe adapted from Food.com
- a loaf of unsliced Italian or French bread
- sliced deli turkey
- sliced deli ham
- bacon, cooked
- cheeses, whatever kind you want (this time I did provolone and cheddar)
- tomatoes, sliced thinly
- 1/2 cup mayo
- 1 tsp mustard
- 1 T parsley, chopped
- olive oil for bread
- seasonings for bread, I used an Italian Herb seasoning
- Turn on your panini press.
- Mix your mayo, mustard and parsley together in a small bowl.
- Cut your bread into 1/2-inch slices. Brush olive oil on the outside of your bread slices and then sprinkle on seasonings.
- When your panini press is ready put one slice of bread down. Then put a few slices of turkey on your bread, followed by one kind of cheese, then top with bacon, then ham, then another cheese, then more bacon, then a tomato slice. Spread some of your mayo mixture on the inside of the top slice of bread, and then put that on top of the tomato. Push your panini press down, and let it cook until it’s golden brown. Repeat with the rest of the ingredients.
— the Jilb