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This was great! Pressing the sandwich is absolutely the key. The only optional ingredient I used was cheese, but next time I will try more. This made a great light dinner, and is definitly a keeper.

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Maiya January 22, 2003

really great sandwich and perfect for a picnic.<br/>But this is not a Pan Bagnat (lettuce, tomatoe, tuna, anchovie,boiled egg,black olives,onion and fresh basil)

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eliaele August 08, 2013

2 hours does not make a sandwich.

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ticleve2 August 06, 2013

Great make ahead recipe for those ultra hot days. I add a thin cut three salami mix and BBQ potato chips for a no cook meal. Look forward to the hot weather just to make this!

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gatorll August 28, 2012

Perfect Picnic food! We have made this recipe three times now and we love it, it's so versatile. I think you can make it vegetarian or add meat for meat eaters. I followed the recipe exactly as written the first time we made it and it was so yummy. Now we add finely slice chicken breast and it's still very yummy. We pack it in the esky and ate it up at the park. I have also made it as an after school snack, (fix it at lunch time and perfect when Little Miss (DD) returns home). It's important to leave it flat for more then 1 hour because the flavours all enhance together. I like using Crusty Cobb Bread as it's easy to manage. Thank you Missy Wombat.

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Chef floWer October 29, 2008

Perfect for our picnic

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* Little Miss * October 15, 2008
Pan Bagnat