Up your sandwich game with this mouthwatering, super easy, vegetarian Italian creation
Here is lunch. Easy, quick and healthy. And couldn’t taste (or look) more delicious.
I make this sandwich (or a few variations of it) all the times at home, especially for lunch when I don’t have a whole lot of time to mess around in the kitchen. Or when it’s just me, and there’s no need to get crazy with a complicated recipe to feed the family. Served next to a green salad and I’m set for the day.
Simple sandwiches can be tasty and fun… And make you drool.
Look at this!
It’s all very simple. First of all, you need good quality ingredients. As always, your sandwich can only taste as delicious as the ingredients you are using. You should buy fresh mozzarella and basil, flavorful tomatoes and perfectly ripe avocados (…which is probably the biggest challenge of the whole thing!).
For the bread, you can use an Italian or French loaf. Or your favorite. Just be sure to buy (or cut) the bread in THICK slices (mine are about 1 inch).
The thickness in this case makes the difference. From your usual and boring little sandwich, to a perfectly crispy-on-the-outside, pillowy-on-the-inside amazing panino.
I got my veggies and bread delivered straight to my door for free by MilkAndEggs. And they were just perfect!
Now let’s talk grilling. I don’t own a panini press, and technically you don’t need one to make the perfect grilled sandwich. Just use a large skillet, or even better – a grill pan if you have it.
Warm up the pan first. Drizzle the outer part of your sandwich with olive oil, and grill at medium high heat while pressing down with a flat lid or the bottom of another pan.
Cook until crispy on both sides, about three to four minutes each sides. Don’t forget to drizzle the other side of the sandwich too before flipping!
Cut in half and devour as fast as you can.