How to Make Perfect Panini

How to Make Perfect Panini

Elizabeth Atkinson, Catherine Atkinson

Language: English

Pages: 90


Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

n just a few minutes a panini press turns a humble sandwich into a mouth watering panini with crisp, toasted bread and a hot and flavorsome filling. In this book, you will find all manner of classic and contemporary panini, from the simplest melted cheese, to more sophisticated multi-layered versions. Whether you want a quick snack, a heartier meal, or a dessert, there are panini for every occasion.

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in the microwave for 10 seconds. MAYONNAISE Home-made mayonnaise is easy to make as long as the ingredients are at room temperature and you add the oil drop by drop to prevent curdling. It can be made in a just a few minutes in a food processor or blender or you can make it by hand (see cook舗s tips), if you prefer. Makes 150ml 1 large egg yolk 1 tsp lemon juice Ɖ tsp Dijon mustard Salt and white pepper 150ml olive oil 1.ŠŠŠPut the egg yolk, lemon juice, mustard, salt and pepper in a

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the oven and heat oven to 240ŶC/fan 220ŶC/ 475ŶF/gas 9. 5.ŠŠŠCarefully remove the cling film and bake for 10 minutes, then lower the oven temperature to 190ŶC/fan 180ŶC/375ŶF/gas 5. Bake for a further 15舑20 minutes or until dark golden and hollow-sounding when tapped. 6.ŠŠŠTransfer the loaves to a wire rack and leave to cool. COOK舗S TIP For olive and oregano ciabatta, reduce the salt in the dough to 1 teaspoon and add 1Ɖ teaspoons dried oregano with the flour. Knead 50g chopped stoned black

taste, then scatter each with 3舑4 basil leaves (tear into smaller pieces if the leaves are large). Add the top halves of the ciabatta rolls. 4.ŠŠŠPut the sandwiches on the press, pull the top down and cook until the rolls are browned and crisp and the cheese is melted 舑 4舑6 minutes, depending on how hot your machine is. 5.ŠŠŠCarefully remove from the press and allow to cool for a minute or two before serving. COOK舗S TIPS Instead of basil leaves, you could drizzle the tomatoes with a little

oil. Put the pepper halves, skin-side down, on the grill and cook for 2 minutes, then turn over and cook for a further 4舑6 minutes, until the skin is charred. Place the pepper halves in a polythene bag and leave for 15 minutes or until cool enough to handle. Peel off the charred skin. Alternatively, slice the pepper and cook on the panini press (page 70). Try a flavoured hummus rather than plain in this recipe: lemon and coriander works particularly well here. You could also use chargrilled

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