Indian flavors meet panini sandwiches with delicious results. Naan is slightly puffy Indian-style flatbread. Other substantial flatbreads may be substituted, but avoid super-thin tortillas and lavash, which won’t be sturdy enough to contain the filling. Major Grey’s chutney, available in the condiment or international section of the supermarket, adds moisture, sweetness, and spice.
For a salad with complementary flavors, try Spinach Salad with Apple, Dried Apricots & Pappadam.
If you don’t have a panini or sandwich press, you can use a nonstick grill pan or skillet. Put a heavy pan on top of the sandwiches as they cook to press them, and flip once.
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Very nice even though I burnt em and had to scrape the charcoal off! I'd recommend medium or low to melt the cheese and cook for longer period of time.
Delicious! I made these for a crowd for a post-Thanksgiving lunch and everyone loved them. I made them about an hour ahead of time and kept them warm in the oven - worked perfectly. Will definitely make again.
This was easy and delicious. I folowed the recipe exactly and everyone loved it.
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