By Sage on February 02, 2007
Photo by Brenda.
Photo by Brenda.
"A yummy creation for the panini lovers."
Serving Size: 1 (270 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Very good. I roasted my own red peppers which is so easy to do and sour cream instead of the yogurt. Next time I will add even more veggies as I love them so much. Thanks for posting!"
"The additions to this tuna filling raise canned tuna to a gourmet level. I used a thick-sliced whole-grain sourdough bread, but everything else the same. The leftovers were good too, as a cold sandwich the next day."
"Yum! this surprised me, but the flavors went together so well. Artichokes in tuna? So good. This is why I love ZWT. Thanks for sharing!"
"This is really good!! I wasn't sure that I would like it when I chose it, but I thought I would try it. I really liked it. I toasted it on my George Forman grill. It made it taste even better. I will be making this again.Thanks for sharing your recipe sage/Rita. Made forZWT 4 Italy Panini Challenge and for the Cafe ZMAKK Gypsies."
"Very good! I especially liked the roasted red peppers in the tuna mixture. The provolone was an excellent choice. This will give me a reason to bring out the panini press more often. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT4"
"This is an excellent recipe. I was fresh out of artichoke hearts (they just disappear!) so I used chopped black olives instead. This worked out well although maybe not quite as good. (My DD says next time she wants both olives and artichokes) Thank you Sage/Rita for an awesome dinner.. I made this for the Chic Chefs during Zaar World Tour 4."
"This is really tasty. We really enjoyed this. Love the roast pepper in this. Made for ZWT VI thank you."
"Wow! What a treat we enjoyed last evening with this sandwich paired with roasted vegetable minestrone soup. Simple yet flavorful...........quick and filling too, this will definitely be repeated at our house. Being able to use the George Forman to cook these was a bonus also, as the temps and humidity make you wanna back away from the oven at all costs. LOL Next time I will add a bit more artichokes, but there isn't much room to make this one much better. Thanks Sage!! ZWT 4 Summer '08 Panini challenge"
"-Perfecto! (Is that Italiano or Americano?) We had this for our supper and it was delicious as posted and super easy for 2 tired people after a day spent planting. DH used our Foreman. I used Recipe#164504 for the bread which is also wonderful and easy to do. Thanks for Sharing Sage/Rita. Made for ZWT4 the Flying Dutchess'."
"Now, I might be slightly prejudiced, since I positively adore tuna melts and paninis, but I thought this was wonderful! I didn't have the Italian rolls, but I used some seedless Italian bread instead. Other than that, made as written. I really liked the roasted red peppers and the artichoke hearts in this, they went so well with the provolone. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT4"
"Oh my goodness, I think this is going to be my new favorite sandwich! Wonderful flavors, crunchy celery and onions,creamy provolone cheese, zip from the roasted red peppers and marinated artichoke hearts, so very good. The only thing I would do differently is add more salt than I did this time. Sage/Rita thank you so much for posting this panini recipe!"
"We enjoyed these sandwiches for dinner while traveling on ZWT 4. I used focaccia Rolls to make it extra special. Don't skip out on the cheese it really brings the sandwich together!"
"Made & reviewed for ZWT 4 ~ Kumquat's Kookin' Kaboodles! I made these as part of our lunch menu today & was very impressed. DS loves tuna but hates artichoke - he scarfed one a panino down in no time! I don't have a fancy panini press so used my Le Creuset Grill pan & pressed the panini on each side to get a nice effect. Thanks Sage/Rita for a great recipe :)"
"Very tasty, but I would up the amount of artichokes and red pepper next time. Swiss Cheese might also pack a little bite; but the provolone was good. Definitely a keeper. Thanks for posting!"
"This was delicious!!! I used fatfree mayo and sour cream and roasted my own pepper!! Served it on ciabatta rolls. I used a little margarine to help with the grilling in my iron skillet! Wonderful!"
"Thanks to the marinated artichokes and the yogurt mixed with the mayo, this was a nice tangy sandwich. I used mozzarella instead of provolone cheese--using a mild cheese works well because it doesn't "fight" with the other flavors going on; I think the same would be true with provolone. I cooked this in my Foreman Grill."