Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Roast Beef & Gruyere Panini

I have been in the mood for a Panini lately so I made a couple of variations today for lunch for me and my hubby.  I love Gruyere because it has a subtle nutty flavor and it is AWESOME with roast beef.  My husband, Royce, likes cheddar so hence, the two different Panini's today.

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Here's what you need:

1/2 cup shredded Gruyere (or your favorite) cheese
3 slices Angus Roast Beef, sliced for sandwiches, they are about 8 - 10" long ea.
1 Ciabatta Roll
Mayo - The good stuff (Best Foods or Helmans NOT Miracle Whip)
Dijon or yellow mustard

Ingredients for both sandwiches.

The left sandwich is spread with Dijon and mayo, the right has yellow mustard and mayo.
First place 1/2 the cheese on each side of the roll.
 Then place the roast beef on one half.
Place the top on and make sure all the yummy cheese stays inside.
Heat up the Panini press to 375 degrees.
I have a Breville Panini Press that fits two Panini's front and back.  Press for 5 minutes.
If you don't have a Panini press you can use a skillet and place a plate with something heavy (like a 28 oz. can of tomatoes) on top of the sandwich to press the sandwich down like a Panini.  Cook a couple of minutes then turn and cook the second side until golden brown.
Tada!  Here are the yummy Panini's we had for lunch today!  YUM

They are super simple and I'm going to try Ham, Gruyere, Dijon/Mayo, and sliced pears next.



Here's the handy printable - Roast Beef & Gruyere Panini

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