His recipe is very versatile because you can use a variety of meat that will compliment pesto, sun-dried tomatoes, and fresh mozzarella. Chef Fabio’s tip in storing pesto by leaving a small film of olive oil to prevent oxidation truly works.
Like many women out there I am hooked on Pinterest and thank my niece for introducing me to this wonderful website. I stumbled to this wonderful looking sandwich that I have visions of me eating and drinking beer. It’s a very simple recipe and I just have to purchase prosciutto, arugula and whole wheat bread.
I can’t believe how good this sandwich came out since I did not add mayonnaise. Nice and satisfying. Sometimes simple sandwiches is better especially when you can taste all the flavors from eggplant, red peppers, onions, pine nuts, bacon, and provolone.
Preheat panini grill. Assemble this sandwich just as you would a traditional grilled cheese sandwich: 1 slice of Pain Pascal, then top with 2 slices of smoked aged gouda, 2 pieces of bacon, the apple slices, then 2 more slices of smoked aged gouda, finishing with another slice of bread.
I am in love with this sandwich and when I first saw Ina prepare this I wanted to dive my face in the bechamel, Gruyere cheese, and ham. While watching the movie “It’s Complicated” you see Steve Martin and Meryl Streep eating this great sandwich, but not as rich as Ina’s Croque Monsieur, I wanted to have one immediately. I started to crave and wanted to make this sandwich. I know it’s just ham and cheese but done in a very rich, decadent way.
OMG!!! This was to die for. The tomato, basil, mozzarella marinated in balsamic vinegar tasted so sweet. The sandwich smells so fresh and sweet and the first bite reminds me of Italy…sitting in a café watching people pass by. The mixture of creamy mozzarella, basil, tomato, balsamic vinegar, and slight saltiness of prosciutto definitely compliments each other.
So many sandwiches to choose from and wanted to try them all. I decided to try Caesar Sandwich on Ciabatta bread. The bread was toasted so on the first bite you can hear the crunch and bits of crumb fall on the basket. Chicken breast was moist; Caesar dressing was not too salty, very creamy and right amount of Asia go cheese.