9 Reviews

Really , really good!!! One of the best sandwiches I've ever eaten.

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pam1955 December 16, 2011

SOOO good!!!!! It was so easy to make that my three kids helped me make them. I just had trouble keeping their hands out of the rotisserie chicken. Everyone loved them! I got LOTS of mmmmmm's!

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Angie Dobbels February 09, 2010

Wonderful variation of a great sandwich. I messed up on the instructions and combined the first 8 ingredients for the sauce. Excellent. I also used chipotle sauce instead of the peppers pureed and omitted the butter alltogether. Great sandwich with a kick.

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Vicki in CT April 24, 2008

My hubby loved this! I wound up making it two nights in a row for him. Thanks for sharing!

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Autism Mommy September 30, 2007

I made a lot of paninis, last winter, when Austin got iced in for 3 days! I didn't have the ingredients to make the cilantro pesto, and I'm sure it would have been excellent! As it was, the sandwich was very tasty! Next time, I will make the pesto...thanks!

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Belinda in Austin, TX July 05, 2007

This is a wonderful sandwich! I love cilantro, so this is perfect for me. I usually make it with leftover chicken or pork.

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HAGT May 18, 2007

My husband and son loved this recipe. I'm not one for a stronger flavored sauce but I thought it was really good. Definetely something I will be making again.

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quick meal April 14, 2007

The cilantro "pesto" and the chipolte sauce alone are absolutely fabulous together. Will make these two together over and over..with or without the rest of the sandwich! Can even put sour cream in the pesto to make a dip.

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Slewfoot Sue February 18, 2007

This was sensational! Of course, I cannot resist a recipe that calls for jalapenos so maybe I am a little biased. Anyway, the recipe calls for canned chipolte chilli puree. I substituted Goya Brand "Chipoltle in Adobo Sauce". They are smoked little peppers that really pack a huge punch and this is coming from the girl who can beat any many at a spicy-chili eating contest with extra, extra hot sauce. So, if I say I used 2 of those on my sandwich, that means if you can only take mild or medium, maybe use only 1/4 or skip the Chipoltle in Adobo. If you like it hot I'd say go for 1 whole. If you have an iron stomach like me - go for 1 & 1/2 or 2. However, in addition to heat it adds a smoky flavor, be careful that you do not let that overpower this wonderful recipe. I think the cilatro pesto is the star of this recipe with the spicy kick to it an added bonus. Thank you Jeri! This is a sandwich that has now been added to my "Will make very often until memorized" file. Delish! **** Made and Reviewed for ZAARTAG****

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Mimi Bobeck October 16, 2006
Southwestern Chicken Panini