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Veggie Panini

Veggie Panini

  

Bread and vegetables, they are prone to be more appetizing once grilled. And a beautifully grilled vegetable Panini just makes everything into perfection.


No matter for a game day gathering, a backyard party, or simply a weekday’s lunch, grilled Panini is always a great choice. Easy to make, appealing in look, good in taste, this recipe is definitely something you don’t want to miss. Moreover, if you got vegetarians in house, all of you are able to enjoy tasty grilled results together.

 

Ingredients you’ll need:

4-6 slices bread

Bell peppers

Parmesan cheese

Zucchini

Tomatoes

Eggplant

Olive oil

Kosher salt

Black ground pepper

For making pesto sauce:

A bunch of fresh basil leaves

4-6 garlic cloves

A pinch of salt and pepper

1/2 cup raw pine nuts

3 tbsp olive oil

1 cup grated parmesan cheese

 

 

Tools you’ll need:

Royal Gourmet Barbecue Tongs

Royal Gourmet Non-Stick vegetable Basket

 

 

Have all the pesto sauce ingredients well-blended through a blender. The fragrant Italian pesto is then easily made. It would give great flavor to the Panini, making it even more delicious.

 

Preheat your grill to medium high. Even if you don’t have Panini griddle at home, you are still able to make fantastic Panini with your own grill.

Grease the grates lightly with oil.

 

Cut the vegetables into pieces, drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper. Put all the pieces of vegetables together in the Royal Gourmet non-stick vegetable basket, and place it in grill over medium high heat. The basket protects vegetables from falling down from the grates, which helps make your grilling job easier.


Of course, if you want the lovely grill marks on your veggies, cut them into larger pieces and grill directly on grates.

 

When the vegetables are nicely cooked, take them out in a bowl.


Spread the mouthwatering green pesto evenly on bread slices, and put freshly grilled veggies on it as much as you like.


Finish with a layer of parmesan cheese.

 

Top with another slice of bread, and it’s time to toast. Even if you don’t have Panini griddle at home, you are still able to make fantastic Panini with your own grill. Drizzle with some olive oil on one side of the bread, and place these lovely foods carefully in your grill. Put something heavy on the top, just to give the press. Flip over and do the same to another side. It takes 5-6 minutes in total until the bread is well-toasted and the cheese and melt.

 

And you get fresh and tasty Panini with beautiful grill marks.

 

If you are getting tired of ribs and steaks, this recipe could be a fabulous twist in your backyard menu. Impress your guests next time when you raise the lid.

 

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