Tuesday, July 13, 2010

A Panini Sandwich


I still had some leftover potato podimas in the refrigerator and another evening snack/appetizer idea flashed through my mind. My George Foreman grill has been sitting idle for a while and a panini sandwich could be a good way to use it. I used the thick Texas toast bread, layering it with grated monterey jack-cheddar cheese mix and my leftover podimas. Brush the outside of bread with butter to get the brown color. Grill for 5-7 minutes and the delicious Indo-Italian panini sanwich (if I could call it so!) is ready. Serve with hot sauce (I ate it as such!).

11 comments:

Unknown said...

Wow this is so delicious,yummy...

Suji said...

That makes a great eve snack dear..Looks very good..

Love
Kairali sisters

Sarah Naveen said...

Looks so yummy
GF grill is my fav u know..makes dinner so easy ;)

Unknown said...

Yummy click!! Am sure it must have tasted great..Btw I tried potato podimas 3 days back, it was really delicious...

Unknown said...

beautiful presentation !!! It looks so tempting :)

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Looks yummy perfectly grilled to golden color dear:)

Foodie Ann said...

I havent used my GF grill since I got it last year....Looking at this i feel its time to take out from my caboard...:)

Suja Manoj said...

Great evening snack..yummy.

Indian Cuisine Blogroll said...

Thanks Premalatha, Sarah, Kairali sis, Yummy team, Priya, Mythreyi, Ann and Suja

Nirupama Sriram said...

Hi Deepa,

Grilled sandwiches are my son's favorite and always finds its way into his lunch box.
Keep posting more.
Nirupama

Unknown said...

Yumm! I love paninis, unfortunately, can't find a panini press here!