How to ensure something is delicious:
This turkey panini is melty and flavorful. I love it with a grainy mustard, my husband loves it with mayonnaise. You could also use your other favorite flavor mustard, pesto, or whatever your mind can imagine. If you can’t find a good quality Italian bread you can use any old sandwich bread you have lying around. However I believe its the bread that really makes or breaks a sandwich and crusty Italian is the way to go here. If you want to skip the step of cutting and cooking the red pepper you could definitely buy a jar of roasted red peppers or substitute another favorite vegetable. What I’m really saying is, there are a million sandwich options for you and I don’t understand why you’re not eating one right now.
How do you make sure something is delicious?
8 slices crusty Italian bread
4 slices provolone cheese
1 pound deli sliced rotisserie turkey breast
1 red bell pepper
1 cup loosely packed spinach
Grainy mustard, mayonnaise, or other condiments of choice (optional)
Preheat a panini press to High.
Remove the core and seeds from the red pepper and cut into large two inch chunks. Brush lightly with olive oil and place in panini press for 5 minutes or until soft and slightly charred.
On one slice of bread layer one slice of cheese, one quarter of the turkey, a few slices of red pepper, and a small handful of spinach. On another slice of bread spread mustard or other condiment of choice and place on top of the sandwich. Repeat with remaining ingredients.
Brush the top and bottom layer of the sandwich with olive oil and place in the grill for 5-10 minutes, until crispy and golden and cheese is melted. Serve immediately or let cool slightly.