Panini With Scrambled Eggs and Tomatoes

"A recipe from the issue of April 2006 of Coup de pouce. This is an express recipe."
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  • In a bowl, mix eggs, milk, salt and pepper. In a skillet, heat oil at medium heat. Add the mixture of egg and cook, stirring often, until it makes big creamy pieces. Spread pesto in the panini, add scrambled eggs and garnish with slices of tomatoes and cheese.
  • Heat another large skillet or a skillet with ridges at medium heat. Add panini and cook, pushing them, for about 8 minutes or until golden and crispy and cheese has melted (flip them at mid cooking).

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  1. adopt a greyhound
    Great breakfast. I would suggest if using smaller bread to make an omelet and fold it then add other ingredients. I made lumps on the first one as suggested and it was impossible to eat. So the second one I folded the egg. Much easier to eat. Good flavor with the pesto. I added a slice of ham and used swiss cheese.
  2. IngridH
    Oh, yum! I love grilled sandwiches, but never thought of doing them with scrambled eggs. I used a sourdough rye bread, homemade basil pesto, white cheddar cheese, and sundried tomatoes (fresh ones didn't look very good). This is a great combination, and will be on the breakfast table many times to come! Thanks for posting a great recipe!
  3. Sharon123
    I really enjoyed this for breakfast! I used the sun dried tomato pesto and loved it! Thanks Boomette! Made for Please Make My Recipe game.
  4. Crafty Lady 13
    This panini is really loaded with flavor. I couldn't find panini bread so I used thick slices of Italian bread. I also added a slice of Italian ham because I needed to use it up. I used swiss cheese and put a slice on the bottom and on the top to help hold the panini together. Made for Jan 2010 Photo Tag.
  5. Mandy
    I scaled this down to serve one using 2 eggs & served on foccacia instead of panini. This was really tasty, I never would have thought of combining pesto with eggs but it works, yummo, will make this again. Thanks for posting!


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