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Originally reviewed 2010 This is a 4 for flavor and makes it all the way to 5 stars for being different - it was nice to have something out of the ordinary!
I also used tuna and artichoke in water, so followed another reviewer by adding a little olive oil, my peppers were in oil so that helped. I pan roasted my garlic cloves in olive oil in their skins, I also added one raw garlic clove for more zip. I used Jack and Provelone cheese; it all went on a baguette. Yum! Really loved the aoli! Thanks my sister Unruly for posting this one - it's a keeper. Made for ZWT 6 by one of the Unrulies Under the Influence

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momaphet January 30, 2011

As others before me, I used water-packed tuna, so I added oil from the jar of artichokes. Other than that, I made this exactly as posted, and it was delicious. I used my new panini press, but found it a bit problematic because there really is a lot of liquid in this sandwich, and it sort of ran out all over the press. I think I would make this next time in a skillet (like a grilled cheese sandwich). Very tasty! Made by a RedHot Renegade for ZWT6.

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JackieOhNo! June 14, 2010

Bless you for posting this wonderful panini recipe. It is the best panini I have ever eaten. Don't change anything, just be sure to make yourself two!

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Leggy Peggy June 28, 2008

I doubled the ingredients because I knew we were going to love this! I made with water packed tuna so I added the oil from the artichoke hearts. I didn't notice that the garlic was supposed to be roasted so this time i just did fresh. Very good and even my 3 yr old said "I like this samich mama!" Prefect balance of flavors. Thank you I made for ZWT 4.

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Samantha in Ut June 04, 2008

WOWEE! This is a FANTASTIC sandwich! My Hubby couldn't stop mmming while eating it. I did make this with water packed tuna and artichoke hearts so added some basil olive oil to the mix. I also didn't have any fresh tomatoes so added sun-dried. I used 4 cloves of fresh minced garlic, bakery roasted garlic/rosemary bread and my mozzarella was shredded. I cooked them in my cast iron pan. Freddy Cat says thanks for the tuna Captain! Made for the Zaar World Tour 4.

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Engrossed June 01, 2008

Yummy! Little Miss (DD) and I had this for lunch today and we both enjoyed the Panini. The only thing I changed was I used wholemeal bread. I thought all the flavours really combined well and I like the fact that the recipe had lots of my favourite ingredients. Thank you cookiedog - *Made for Zaar World Tour 4*

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Chef floWer May 30, 2008

This was wonderful!!!! I followed the basic recipes, but made these changes: roasted red pepper bruschetta topping instead of just peppers, tuna in water instead of oil and added just a little mayo to bind the tuna. And used kaiser rolls instead of rye bread. Delicious!!!!!!!!! Will definitely make again!!! For ZWT 4!!

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Charmie777 May 27, 2008
Tuna Artichoke Panini