7 Reviews

Wonderfully delicious for a leisurely weekend brunch: I've been looking forward to having this all week and will certainly be making it again as I love all the ingredients and this is so easy to make. I added some minced garlic and thyme to my mushrooms and used sour dough bread, one of my favourites, and baby spinach leaves, another favourite ingredient. The gruyere was a perfect choice for the cheese! :) Thanks for sharing this now Zaar Super Star recipe, Sharon! Made for Gimme 5.

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bluemoon downunder July 25, 2009

These were really good! I made a couple of changes- added a slice of ham to each sandwich, and used an egg bread instead of whole wheat. The flavors complemented each other beautifully, and made a wonderful lunch. Definitely a make again! Made for ZWT7- Emerald City Shakers

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IngridH June 25, 2011

Truly enjoyable. I think the next time I will try with sun tried tomatoes. Chicken would be nice to add or make it a Tuna Panini.

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Abiroo July 28, 2009

This is a very very tasty sandwich. It was the first time I'd used Gruyere - had no idea it melted so wonderfully and has such nice flavour. Great with the mushrooms. I don't have a sandwich or panini maker so used the skillet method. NOTE! - Using a medium/high heat, it only took 1 minute per side to brown up! (not 2-3 per side as the recipe says) I used fresh red peppers thinly slice and a finely chopped red chili pepper too. (This filling is wonderful in an omelet!) Made for ZWT4

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Beautiful BC June 10, 2008

I made this as 2 serves for the DM and myself and used sliced bruschetta and used a sandwich maker to cook them in, unfortunately I couldn't get gruyere so had to use italian provolone. This is a keeper and will be made again (will try different breads). Thank you Sharon 123. Made for Please Review My Recipe tag game.

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I'mPat June 06, 2008

Man, What a sandwich. I am one of those guys that if a sandwich doesn't have meat in it, it's not a sandwich! However, you now have me convinced. The flavors come bursting through and since this was my first time with the Gruyere cheese, was not expecting those flavors! As Asha stated, it made one heck of a lunch the next day. I even popped a couple in the freezer to see if that would make a difference. Let you know later if they turned out O.K.

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Witch Doctor May 27, 2008

Wow!!! If you like your mouth bursting with bunch of incredibly delicious flavors than you have to make this sandwich! So tasty, light, and easy to make! I used garlic Dijon mustard and I grilled the sandwiches on my Forman grill. It took no time to make and even less time to eat it..LOL. I burned my mouth scarfing it down right of the grill. I recommned waiting a little to let it cool off..LOL. Also, it made an outstanding lunch the next day. Thank you Sharon for a GREAT recipe!

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*Asha* January 10, 2006
Panini With Sautéed Mushrooms and Gruyère