The last thing you want the day after Thanksgiving is another turkey dinner! Reinvent those leftovers into a yummy panini sandwich and have all the flavors you love in a new inventive way! This is also great any day you are craving Thanksgiving! Amounts are approximate. Use the amount you want for each sandwich!
It's Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. You've got a fridge full of leftovers, and you're famished after a morning of door-buster sales. I promise you this hot and toasty sandwich will really hit the spot! I recommend #141048 for the stuffing!
This recipe features slow-cooked chicken which is then used to make a panini sandwich. I clipped this recipe from Redbook magazine and hope to try it soon. This recipe uses chicken thighs, bone-in, but skinless. You can slow cook the chicken up to one day ahead and refrigerated. To grill the sandwich, a panini press, sandwich grill or a stovetop grill pan with a heavy skillet on top can be used.
I like to experiment with my table top grill on panini like sandwiches. This one is easy and tasted awesome! From a TV show special on warm comfort food type meals. Feel free to use what ever method you have available if you dont own a panini press. These are just as good done as a traditionally made grilled cheese in a skillet or griddle but if using this method it helps to weigh the sandwich down with something heavy such as an iron skillet or a brick covered in heavy duty foil.
After the ball - when it is quiet again - and we would like another taste of the turkey - try one of these sandwiches! They are great, taken from NapaStyle Inc. & then tweaked. When I posted the recipe had to guess at quantites, so please adjust to your own palette.
This little piece of heaven first came to me during lunch break at work. I almost lost it when I tasted the salty/savory combination of pepperoni, turkey and ham with pesto and mozzarella cheese. It just doesn't get any better...Directions are per sandwich.