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Panini Pesto Tortilla Sandwich

Written By Srimathi Mani on Thursday, March 28, 2013 | 8:08 AM

Panini sandwiches are what  I order when we eat out. I am not a big fan of non stick pans or appliances. But during the Thanks giving sale my sister influenced me to check out the panini maker and I decided to buy one after all. Ever since it had entered my kitchen, I have been making full use of the panini maker. I have been making so many variations  of the panini sandwiches the last few months. My favorite is the recipe posted below. Just a bunch of vegetables, cheese and spread on a tortilla. I found I love the way it toasts the tortilla, making it crunchy and light. If I am not in the mood to cook something major, I am very happy to settle for these pesto tortillas. In fact, I look forward to it when its cold.


Gadgets:

Panini Maker or One grill pan and one heavy pan
Cutting board
Knife
Measuring Spoons

Ingredients:

Vegetables - Spinach, Onions, Tomato, Olive
Pesto - 3 tsp
Mozzarella Cheese - a few slices or as per taste
Ricotta Cheese - 3 tsp
Sun Dried Tomatoes - 1 tbsp


Preparation:

1. Heat the tortilla a little to remove any raw areas. Working on one half of the tortilla spread the pesto, add mozzarella cheese then stack up the veggies, ricotta and sun dried tomatoes. Cover the tortilla with the other half and place it on the panini grill. Grill until its done and serve them hot.

10 comments:

  1. delicious and yum sandwich with wonderful clicks.I am very hungry.

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  2. Delicious filling sandwich. I love your idea of combining Italy and mexican in one dish.

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  3. Such a fantastic tortilla sandwich,feel like grabbing and having rite now.

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  4. Such lovely colors, one of my favorites, mouthwatering..

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  5. Love this wonderfully done pesto.. I make panini with just tomatoes, sun dried tomatoes and mozzarella with sun dried tomato pesto.. Next time gonna try your combos..

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  6. Oh,love the melty gooey cheese, I absolutely love Paninis.

    Puja

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  7. looks good. Perfect brunch and kids would love it

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  8. Beautiful ,looks delicious

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