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Bat-P (Bacon, Arugula and Tomato Panini)

Bat-P (Bacon, Arugula and Tomato Panini) created by Sandi From CA

Use whatever bread you choose, but I wouldn’t recommend rye like I used. (Hey, I kinda rhymed!) I added some of my Recipe #160747 to my panini, but you can certainly do without. That's the joy of a panini... you can be creative without TOO much chance for disaster. ;o)

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8mins
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directions

  • Preheat your panini press/grill.
  • Lightly baste the bread slices on the OUTSIDE with olive oil.
  • Spread the INSIDE of each slice with mayonnaise.
  • Set one slice on the press, oiled side down. On that, layer the following: arugula, bacon, tomato and cheese.
  • Top with the other bread slice, mayonnaise facing the inside of the sandwich.
  • Close the panini press and check for desired doneness in 5 minutes.
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"Use whatever bread you choose, but I wouldn’t recommend rye like I used. (Hey, I kinda rhymed!) I added some of my Recipe #160747 to my panini, but you can certainly do without. That's the joy of a panini... you can be creative without TOO much chance for disaster. ;o)"
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  1. Sandi From CA
    Bat-P (Bacon, Arugula and Tomato Panini) Created by Sandi From CA
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  2. Sandi From CA
    Use whatever bread you choose, but I wouldn’t recommend rye like I used. (Hey, I kinda rhymed!) I added some of my Recipe #160747 to my panini, but you can certainly do without. That's the joy of a panini... you can be creative without TOO much chance for disaster. ;o)
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