I am making a chicken sandwich in my panini maker. You should too. You'll like it if you like chicken, bread, and crispiness. Oh, and if you have a panini maker.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a delicious and unique sandwich for lunch or dinner. This is not your typical ham and cheese lunch - add some peaches to the mix and you will discover a brand new taste experience. Follow along for instructions on how to use a panin ...more
You don't need a fancy panini press to make a good panini! Check out this video for tips on how to make yummy grilled sandwiches using items you already have in your kitchen. Save time and money with this method! You Will Need • Butter or olive oil • Thick-sliced, hearty bre ...more
A classy upgrade to the traditional grilled cheese sandwich, this is perfect for a light lunch. You will need: 30 grape or cherry tomatoes, fresh basil, olive oil, sugar, salt, balsamic vinegar, shredded asiago cheese, crumbled goat cheese, focaccia bread and a panini press. M ...more
Tired of the same old sandwiches for lunch. This Cuban sandwich is different and everyone will be asking you for the recipe. INGREDIENTS YOU WILL NEED: Roast pork - sliced or shredded Baked ham - sliced Swiss cheese -sliced Whole-wheat sub roll Sliced dill pickles Yello ...more
Clare Jones from Mushrooms Canada is teaching you how to make a grilled mushroom, cheese and spinach panini, or Italian sandwich. 1. Saute 8 oz of sliced white mushrooms until they brown slightly. 2. Add a clove of garlic and some basil, then cook for approximately a minute. ...more
Many home cooks were taught never to press down on a burger as it cooks since that would ruin your all-beef patty by getting it to release the juices it needs to stay tender and moist. Turns out that is total hooey—a complete myth. In fact, wildly successful burger chains Sha ...more
French toast is one of those things that everybody kind of knows how to make, but few people know how to do really well. And while the dish originally does hail from France (its original name, pain perdu, means lost or wasted bread), it has become a beloved American breakfast ...more