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To prepare the paninis, spread two of the bread slices with the roasted red pepper mixture. Mash the avocado into the other two slices of bread. Divide chicken between two sandwiches and make sure each sandwich has one avocado bread slice and one roasted red pepper bread slice. Grill the panini until bread is toasted, about 3-5 minutes. Store leftover roasted red pepper spread in refrigerator.

DIRECTIONS. Heat panini press to medium. (Or can grill on skillet or George Foreman). Peel and remove pit of avocado. Coarsely mash avocado in bowl using fork (leave some chunks). Add lemon juice and stir.

Stir in onion, cilantro, chopped jalapeños, and tomatoes. Salt and pepper to taste. Spread thin layer of mayo on bread slices. To make the panini, spread generous amounts of the sundried tomato/pesto spread on one side of all the pieces of bread.

On four of the pieces, arrange 1/4 of the chicken slices, 1/4 of the pepper slices, and two pieces of provolone. To with the other four pieces of bread with the spread. Place California Avocados, chopped tomatoes, salt, olive oil and lemon juice in a small bowl.

Mash together until smooth. Assemble each sandwich by spreading an even amount of avocado mixture on 4 slices of bread. Next, layer red peppers, cooked chicken, cheese. Spread the pesto on the inside of the french bread.

Then layer the mozzarella cheese, tomatoes, shredded chicken, and avocado. Place the other half the french bread on top to close the sandwich. Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald. Paninis are without a doubt one of our favorite easy recipes to throw together.

Keep it simple with this chicken panini recipe: A light, healthy spread like pesto, a low-calorie cheese like fresh mozz, and a layer of lean white meat chicken deliver all the same flavor and a tasty crunch for a fraction of the calories. roasted red peppers, baby spinach leaves, hellmann’s or best foods real mayonnaise and 2 more Veggie Panini Lil’ Luna butter, avocados, light mayo, sourdough bread, colby jack cheese and 2. Place the bottoms of the rolls onto the panini press, olive oil side down. Place a provolone cheese slice, half the spinach leaves, half the sliced turkey breast, and a sliced roasted red pepper on each sandwich. Spread half of the avocado.

Restaurant-Style Buffalo Chicken Wings (Spicy Calabrian Pepper Spread) Chef John’s versatile condiment made with hot and sweet bell peppers, onions, eggplant, and mushrooms can be spread on bread, tossed with pasta, or served on grilled fish. Cooked shrimp are chilled in a tomato-juice cocktail with avocado, red onion, and cilantro. The. Spread 1 T. of Chipotle Pepper Mayo on one slice of bread.

Spread 1/2 cup of cheese on other slice, place tomatoes, artichokes, and roasted red peppers on top of that. Place the slice with mayo on top of the slice with the goodies, press down and place sandwich on grill pan. Grill each side for 4 minutes, or until cheese is completely melted.

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  • I will be making it for our Xmas Eve.
    Thanks for the recipe, Natasha!
    I made your corn avocado salad for Thanksgiving and everyone really liked it.

  • When he was quoating the tootsie roll owl I was like: “where have I heard that before?”

    Babish: “in quoting the tootsie roll owl”
    Me: “oooh”

  • I ate this at an italian restaurant in a remote city a long time ago, and wanted to try it out again. This recipe is very good, and my shoulder doesnt feel stiff anymore!
    10/10 would recommend

  • I went to five different youtube channels for N.H.C. all you “cooks” changed up the recipe to satisfy your own freaking ego’s, go to Nashville and ask the people at Hattie B’s, they will tell you.

  • I made this the other day… It is so good! I ended up with enough stuff to make more than one. Which is fine because it is so awesome. Full of flavor. I’m eating one right now but for today I switched out the bacon with turkey instead. Still great.

  • “A sandwich is just a sandwich, but a panini is like awesome sandwich” -Words of Wisdom from that one guy that was on the Bachelor.

    But that panini looks soooo good. definitely gonna try 😉

  • I love the good place but I didnt know about its existence until it was too late and I couldnt find anywhere to watch the final season

  • Just made today for the first time and it’s a really great grilled sandwich and it’s meatless!  Substituted the Jack cheese with a peppered Havarti but kept to all the ingredients, including fresh sourdough bread.  Also, used a grill pan (not a panini grill) and pressed lightly with a fish spatula.  Probably best because a panini grill might have squeezed out some the guacamole.  Will definitely be a lunchtime “go to” sandwich.

  • Dude this recipe is awful and has nothing to do with the real Italian panini. Please Go find (Google can help) some basic knowledge about Italian Panini and real Pesto.

  • This is the one and only video that made me watch the good place. I had not heard of the show until this video (since I live in northern europe and also never watch tv) and the Nachos impressed me enough that I wanted to watch it. I also wanted to make a (smaller) potion of the Nachos, but I can’t really get like, half the stuff used, without spending a fortune. And even if I would be willing to spend that much money, I don’t think the ingredients would have a high quality, since they are from half way around the world, I just can’t do that on good concions.

  • NACHOS If you remove ‘S’ from NACHOS it becomes “NACHO”, and it means “Let’s Dance” in the Indian Hindi language.
    LOVE FROM INDIA❤️����

  • i feel so basic after watching this.. like all i do is put some cheese with some pulled pork and some doritos with no flavour (i cant remember name but its basically that) and then call it a day

  • heyyyyyyyyyyyyyy….what coulor you are using on your nails………..give me a break…..you are such a good lookin Lady, why kill your Image…. donttttttttttttttttttttttttt……………..

  • ugh i just love ina so so much!! i would love to meet her she’s been a big part of my life since i was a little girl and she just brings me so much joy and her recipes are amazing!!

  • HI Laura, finally find a chance to write this comment though I’ve watched this video during July and had watched it more than 5 times. My 8year old twins and I have tried the recipe and loved love loved it! So wanted to let you know that. You’re doing an awesome job!

  • Ok Laura ive had enough of this teasing lol you need to open up a restaurant and hopefully one specifically in Houston, Tx lmao you are beyond amazing and i cant wait for your cook book 😉 much love to you

  • I made this the other day… It is so good! I ended up with enough stuff to make more than one. Which is fine because it is so awesome. Full of flavor. I’m eating one right now but for today I switched out the bacon with turkey instead. Still great.

  • Dude this recipe is awful and has nothing to do with the real Italian panini. Please Go find (Google can help) some basic knowledge about Italian Panini and real Pesto.

  • I am 23 years old I remember the old Tootsie Roll Pop Owl

    I really loved that commercial

    Edit: I just became 23 years old on July 28th

  • I just did this tonight and loved it. Perfect first item to cook on my new Smart Grill! The video made it look so easy I just had to try it. Yummmmm. Awesome dog too:-)

  • first time i had pesto i fell in love with it i started putting it on sandwiches, pizza, bread and
    even in nachos. fresh pesto will be a nice add to any sandwich.

  • So sweet of you to share a bite with your Dog!Your panini looks really delicious!I also love panini, but since i m a vegetarian, so need to substitute bacon with some veggies:)

  • Thanks for the vid. Hate to be critical but why do some many cooks have to keep saying, “We’re gonna do this…” and “Now we’re gonna put this on here…” and “Now we’re gonna add some of this…” It begins to sound like a broken record.

    Can’t the cook just DO IT? For example, “Next, add the cheese…”. “Add the mushrooms spread evenly over the cheese like so…”

    It’s a video. We can see with our eyes the “Now we’re gonna just add this…” part. And who is “we” anyway? I only saw one person in the vid.

    I’ve seen so many of these Cuisinart Griddler recipe videos and hardly ANYBODY reveals what the temperature settings are.

    Apologies again for sounding so critical because your effort is greatly appreciated.

  • Laura you should participate in the food network star and get your own show 5
    Or part take in any food network show
    You have everything you need to be in the food network industry
    Even better if you went to culinary school,idk if you did so,
    Never the less you can get up there the top of the cooking industry with chef Alton brown, Giada de Laurentiis, iron chef Bobby flay, Alex guarnaschelli, masaharu morimoto, MARIO BATALI. If it’s a good idea reply to my suggestion

  • This salad is amazing! I just made it and it turned out perfect! Better than I expected! I thought it was just pretty but actually it tastes delicious! Thanks again Natasha for another beautiful recipe!

  • Try it with some cream cheese it’s really good, I was messing around one day and put it together with cream cheese like 3 years ago and I haven’t stopped making them

  • This woman is so good looking that when I watch this video I was specifically looking for a healthy panini but after looking at her the video finished and I learned absolutely nothing because I was too busy staring at her LOL so I had to watch it the second time and guess what. Didn’t learn nothing again. But I finally got it and I’m actually going to try it tomorrow.

  • Thanks for a great recipe. I just love the roasted veg panini with mozzarella… Can’t wait to try it but I would add some jalapeños to the panini for that extra kick ������

  • Any other kind of balsamic vinegar you recommend? I can’t seem to find the ortelli brand you have on your blog and the modena balsamics are like $100:(

  • That chicken looks fucking awesome, and another point to that silly woman who made that dumb comment about washing chicken. Any bacteria that could be on the chicken would be killed by the heat of deep frying the chicken anyway. Do research before shooting your mouth off next time.

  • So glad I discovered your channel!! I’ve watched a few of your videos and your recipes look delicious. I subscribed!! I hope you’ll get a chance to check out my channel too.:) -Emily

  • That’s not Mozzarella cheese, unfortunately!!! I think this would taste even better with real mozzarella cheese.. I love making these with sun-dried tomatoes.. yum

  • WRONG!!
    Caprese Salad
    “Caprese” literally means “from Capri”, an island off the coast of Naples, in southern Italy.
    This simple dish is often done “wrong” by adding too many ingredients. No need for bufala mozzarella or balsamic vinegar. If the tomato and the mozzarella are good, all you need is some basil, extra virgin olive oil, and a pinch of salt.
    I noticed only Americans do that. I respect the strong taste of basil and it’s really all the flavor you need with a touch of salt.

  • This has been my go to when I have a friend coming over for brunch or just fancy a lovely brunch myself. Absolutely love it! Thank you so much Laura! Xx

  • Omg sounds delicious! I recently ate my 1st panni, believe it or not, which was a jalapeno popper panni. It cannot be described in words now freaking delicious it was! Where has these amazing creations that I never knew about?! Got to try this one, I love avocado!

  • I need help with a recipe, im hosting a party of about 30-40 people and need a dish to make for all of them. What is something easy i can make in bulk for all my guests? I just finished watching your Chicken Alfredo vid because its pasta, cheap and looks great, is there anything you can better recommend? Or should i stick with the Alfredo? Any tips help Thanks!!

  • ‘…talking about the tootsie roll commercial, you’re probably too young…’ that one hurt. guess i’m officially old. oh well, at least i’m not going bald… [looks in mirror] AW, DAMN IT!!!

  • @Laura in the Kitchen i just made some for my parents, they loved it and so did I! Thank you for posting this recipe up! Will use this a lot now:)

  • Thanks, and don’t listen to the negative comments. I personally loved it as I always look for different sandwiches with different ingredients, and the quality if these videos is amazing.

  • So sweet of you to share a bite with your Dog!Your panini looks really delicious!I also love panini, but since i m a vegetarian, so need to substitute bacon with some veggies:)

  • So glad I discovered your channel!! I’ve watched a few of your videos and your recipes look delicious. I subscribed!! I hope you’ll get a chance to check out my channel too.:) -Emily

  • Wait, are we talking “regular” mozzarella (like the kind that looks more like provolone), or FRESH mozzarella…the super-white and more on the tasteless (not in a bad way) side kind that comes in a ball? I would think both would work fine, but I’m not sure how melty fresh mozzarella is (I just eat it as it. Sans heat). Also would work: brie or goat cheese. Oh, yum.

  • yes I agree, the dog does steal the show.. love labs here. looking forward to the new panini griller to arrive tomorrow! I’ve never had a panini ever.. so was youtubing vids for ideas and this video was just great..brought a smile to my old face! thx

  • It’d be funnier to see them handing out paninis on “The Bachelor” instead of roses. The show’s fake, yes, but the love between a man and his grilled sandwich is precious.

  • I just did this tonight and loved it. Perfect first item to cook on my new Smart Grill! The video made it look so easy I just had to try it. Yummmmm. Awesome dog too:-)

  • Hi Laura.. During my summer trip this year to Europe I have tried a smoked salmon club sandwich.. could you pleeeeeeeeeeez try making one… I guessed few of the ingredients but all of them and I trust your choice in creating your sandwiches… would really really appreciate it if you could try it.. it was the most yummiest yet light club sandwiches I have ever had..  thanx.. =)

  • So I’m 54 years old and I have been cooking in the kitchen with my mother since I was 8 years old and I wash everything that I cook.All the vegetables,, all the meat anything I take out of a package..I wash. Most things I brine and so sometimes you got a rinse off the brine.. and I have no problem with cleaning up after I cook which is what everybody should do.wash your hands you soap if you feel like it’s extra extra bacteria with a little bleach in the water bottle.I’ve worked in restaurants where people are buying expensive food 50 $60 $100 burgers is dropped on the floor and people pick it up and put it right back on the plate and I’m just like… ohhhhh noooo. Things fall on the floor.. people don’t wash their hands. Hair, pest droppings, and dirt get on raw meat. I’m gonna continue to rinse that off.

  • Why dont you try instead of dark Vinegar of Modena the white version of Modena….looks alot better is not that acid flawor…makes ist a bit rounder……

  • I want to ask, I pressure cook my marinated chicken before I fry it so that the chicken is partially cooked before frying it so it doesn’t burn. So I find it hard to fry chicken without burning it cuz most times I remove it and there are pink spots on the meat while the outside looks good. Any solutions

  • I really don’t care if anyone rinses their chicken or not. Do whatever makes you feel comfortable. However, please know that cold water doesn’t kill germs, but a 300 plus degrees of oil in a cast iron does.

  • This has been my go to when I have a friend coming over for brunch or just fancy a lovely brunch myself. Absolutely love it! Thank you so much Laura! Xx