18 Reviews

This was delicious! My husband and son loved it, as did I. Will definitely make it again. The only changes I made were I used Pepper Jack only and omitted the Cheddar and used sourdough bread.

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karimcpa July 13, 2011

I followed this recipe exactly. It's pretty time consuming, but well worth it! I make this as often as possible. Definitely a keeper. I've made this several times and haven't had the chance to review until now. Thank you so much, Vicki for a wonderful recipe!

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Buffet of Womanliness August 02, 2013

Absolutely delish! I used a 100 calorie La Tortilla Factory tortilla and low-fat cheese. I also added a spoonful of light sour cream to the spread. Perfection! Thanks for sharing!

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megs_ July 24, 2011

What's not to like about this sammie? Nothing! Absolutely delicious! Made as diected, only I used full fat cheese and mayo. :)

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Lori Mama March 06, 2010

YUMMO! Made these yesterday for lunch and I did saute some onions and a mushroom up and added to the sandwich. For the cheese I use havarti (didn't have pepper jack) but will definately use pepper jack cheese next time for a little more added flavor. You can add anything to this sandwich but it is fantastic as is! Thank you for a recipe that will definately go in my favorites. I did use a crusty bread and my Foreman Grill which worked out fine.

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mama smurf February 21, 2010

They are awesome. Very filling. The sandwich topping makes an excellent guacamole. The tomatoes & red onion make it so pretty. I used sandwich rolls that made the sandwiches a little too thick but the panini grill I used flattened them out some, Served with cabbage salsa, chips & sherbet with ginger wafers for dessert. Made a great luncheon meal . Will be making the guacamole alone as a dip. Super Sandwich Vicki

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Just Janie June 30, 2009

These were delicious! We have a half panini press so I flipped the sandwiches at the end. I made two with english muffin toasting bread and the other two with pita pockets. I wasn't sure which side to put the mayo but I found that putting mayo on the outside gave it a lighter press (not as crunchy) but of course the others still had a good flavor even with the mayo on the inside. The other adjustments I made was to use dried cilantro, all shredded cheese, and fajita grilled strips of chicken. Made for ZWT5, Dining Daredevils.

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tomsawyer May 22, 2009

These were great! I used whole wheat bread. Thanks for a keeper!

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Starrynews June 07, 2008

These were delicious. The avocado mixture makes this sandwich!!! The naan was a great choice for bread. We used a cajun flavored chicken breast and it was wonderful.

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Missy #2 March 30, 2008

oh oh so good. Had this last night, didnt use bacon, and left out the mayo (the avocado spread itself had enough oomph to it ) loved this!

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MarraMamba February 04, 2008
Chicken and Avocado Panini Sandwiches