Gluten free panini sandwiches are a fun and delicious meal.
The Panini sandwich is becoming popular all over the world these days. Originating in Italy, the panino is Italian for “small bread roll.” Fortunately they can be made with your favorite filling and gluten free bread!
Stuff your sandwich bread with mozzarella cheese, tomato, and prosciutto and press between the hot plates of your panini grill.
If you don’t have a panini grill, try making the sandwich on top of the stove with a frying pan or skillet. Brush the outside of the bread with extra-virgin olive oil.
I recommend a grill pan since you’ll be able to replicate those distinctive grill marks. Remember to flip the panini and cook both sides, pressing down with a spatula.
Eat hot off the grill.
Try this recipe for gluten free panini sandwich or let your imagination take over and create your own combination with meat, chicken, vegetable and cheese. You may want to spread with pesto sauce, dijon mustard or mayonnaise before grilling.
So tell me, what kind of panIni will you create? I’m always looking for new ideas.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do. Happy cooking!
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Gluten Free Panini Sandwich
- 2 slices of gluten free bread I use Udi's White Sandwich Bread in this recipe
- sliced mozzarella cheese
- sliced tomato
- Stuff and press between the hot plates of your panini grill.
- If you don't have a panini grill, try making the sandwich on top of the stove with a frying pan or skillet. I recommend a grill pan since you'll be able to replicate those distinctive grill marks. Remember to flip the panini and cook both sides, pressing down with a spatula.
- Eat hot off the grill.