I loved this sandwich! The red bell pepper added such a nice sweetness that contrasted well with the arugula. I bought Boar's Head prosciutto sliced razor thin from the deli. Delicious! Forgive me... but I served a little bit of horseradish mayo on the side and smeared it on as I was eating it. That was probably not a very authentic Italian addition but OMG! What a savory sandwich. This was my very first panini sandwich I and I am hooked. I had to use the primitive weigh it down with a cast iron skillet method but it worked. Mama Pot Scrubber will not stop carrying on about this sandwich! I've made her one for the last three days for lunch She loves it.
This is a great sandwich! I used plain olive oil and roasted some garlic to use in it. I also skipped the red pepper.
Great sandwich! My DH and I made it for lunch and truly enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!
Very nice combination of flavors! Thanks for sharing!
This was part of our mini panini party. I spread out dozens of ingredients and posted the recipes nearby. Also added basil leaves and mozzarella to my panini. Everyone praised this excellent flavour combination. And it's so easy to make.
Yummy! My family gave it a 10...but I only have 5 to work with. :) Made this for ZWT 4 for the Cafe ZMAAK Gypsies!! Absolutely delicious and so easy!!
Delicious! I cooked these in a cast iron skillet and they were wonderful. I love the combination of flavors. Made for the Tickling Tastebud Travellers during ZWT 4 for the Panini challenge.
Delicious panini, made for lunch today and used Asiago cheese and tomatoes instead of peppers. It was delicious. Made for ZWT4 Panini challenge.
We had these for lunch today & they were wonderful. I used ham, turkish bread for DH & spelt bread for me, baby spinach & olive oil spray, but followed the rest of the recipe. These will be regular weekend lunches for us. Thanks Vicki for sharing this keeper. Made for the Panini challenge in ZWT4