Vegetarian Panini simple, cheese and delicious
Even without meat, this vegetarian panini is a delicious hot sandwich filled with cheese, tomatoes, avocado, spinach, etc.
We like to make sandwiches at lunch, and we like to change them, just like we do with this meatless panini. It is not only suitable for lunch or dinner, but it is delicious and very suitable for salads-such as our simple Caesar salad or pasta salad.
Simple and delicious
Who likes simple and delicious recipes here? !
We are all about them and like to find new ones to add to the meal rotation. Today’s recipe happens to be one of those simple and delicious recipes that we like to make at lunch or dinner.
You see, we are big fans of sandwiches and we usually make them once or twice a week. In fact, we have grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch every Sunday because we all love them.
Recently, we changed everything and decided to make a vegetarian panini. We have made panini countless times, often making it ourselves when the kids eat grilled cheese, but we decided to add some “extra” ingredients and now we have found a new favorite.
The best part is that they are very simple and can be assembled in just a few minutes.
The best ingredients to use
bread. If you don’t like to eat sourdough, you can use focaccia, ciabatta or baguettes. These breads are great for panini, because they can withstand pressing or baking and still retain some fluffiness.
cheese. You can use fontina, muenster, provolone, gruyere, swiss or cheddar. Basically any cheese that melts well can be used well for panini.
vegetable. In addition to the vegetables listed in the recipe, you can also add zucchini, sweet peppers (especially red), onions or eggplant slices.
Panini is basically a landscaping sandwich-simple to assemble, but so comfortable, warm and delicious. We like to serve it with some pasta salads, coleslaw and even roasted Brussels sprouts-great! !
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Course main course
Preparation time 5 minutes
Cooking time 6 minutes
Total time 11 minutes
Calories 495 kcal
Author Little Luna
- 2 slices of sourdough bread
- Light mayonnaise
- 1 slice Colby Jack cheese
- 6 leaf spinach
- 2 slices tomatoes
- 1/2 sliced avocado
First chop the avocado and tomatoes.
Then spread bread slices with butter on each side.
Add mayonnaise, spinach, tomatoes, and cheese to the sandwich and place in a pan or panini maker. Cook for a few minutes over medium heat.
When finished, add avocado slices and serve while hot.
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