Ham and Brie Panini (Sandwich)

"Your favorites come together in this exceptionally creamy panini."
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Ready In:
1 panini




  • Preheat skillet or panini press.
  • Prepare sandwich by spreading tapenade on the inside of one piece of bread and layering ham, arugula, and then brie. Top with remaining bread.
  • If desired brush outside of sandwich with olive oil.
  • Cook until heated through and crispy onthe outside.

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  1. bluemoon downunder
    An exquisitely delicious sandwich which we so enjoyed for a leisurely weekend brunch. :) I used my Recipe #136636 which blended superbly with the ham and brie, and crusty ciabatta. Thank you so much for sharing this sandwich, Vicki! Made for Ali Baba's Babes for ZWT 5.
  2. Sarah in New York
    I made this for lunch today! YUMMY! I love ham and I love brie and I love Paninis, but never thought to put them all together! I just used the ham and brie and added a few bannana peppers and mayo. This was a graet panini! Made for ZWT5 - Epicurean Queens
  3. Kim127
    Great sandwich! I don't have a panini press so I just used a good ol' skillet to grill these in. I don't enjoy olives so I used a fig spread in place of the tapenade, it was a great choice! The fig and brie were great compliments to the ham! Made for Las Mistico Magicos Sirenas - ZWT5.
  4. IngridH
    I really enjoyed this sandwich. I used recipe #81211 for the bread, and recipe #136636 for the tapenade, but just put a thin coat of it on the bread, so the strong flavor wouldn't overwhelm the ham and cheese. For the cheese, I used on of my favorites, Cambozola. I skipped the arugula, as I don't care for it. This made a great lunch, served with a bunch of grapes on the side. Made for ZWT5 by one of the Cooks with Dirty Faces.
  5. puppitypup
    Vicki, I'm sorry but this sandwich disappointed me. I love each of the ingredients individually, when put together, the combination just didn't work for me. I used the olive tapenade recipe that you recommended and out the arugula. Made for ZWT, please see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.


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