Whether you make your favorite sandwiches using a sandwich press or a heavy skillet, you're sure to love these melty stackers, packed with the best meats, cheeses, and spreads.
Grilled Smoked Salmon Panini with Red Onion RibbonsServe this over-the-top sandwich for lunch, dinner, or as an appetizer at a cocktail party. It calls for fresh and flavorful ingredients, including Dijon mustard, lemon juice, goat cheese, capers, and smoked salmon. Make extras–you'll definitely be craving these again later.
NYC Melting Pot ReubensSomehow, all sandwiches taste better when warm. Kimchi gives this Big Apple classic a bit of desirable Asian pungency.
Turkey Pitas with Tahini-Yogurt SauceWhole wheat pita pockets cradle turkey cutlets, cucumbers, bell peppers, and a tangy tahini-yogurt sauce.
Strawberry-Turkey-Brie PaniniBrie, turkey, and strawberries form an unlikely friendship in this pressed sandwich, perfect for a summer picnic.
Truffle Goat Cheese & Bell Pepper Breakfast PaniniThe marriage of aromatic truffle, tangy goat cheese, roasted sweet bell pepper, and peppery arugula in these breakfast panini is blissful.
Chocolate PaniniWarm your heart with warm melted chocolate sandwiched between buttery bread. Sprinkle with powdered sugar for a sweeter flavor.
Salty-Sweet Bacon PaniniMelt-in-your-mouth Salty-Sweet Bacon Panini goes over the top with the paring of salty bacon and sweet apple butter with melty Brie on top of raisin-walnut bread.
Baby PB&J Bagel SandwichesUpgrade your favorite childhood sandwich by substituting mini bagels for white bread and toasting it in a sandwich press before serving. Let the top of the press rest on the bagel, but resist the urge to push down on it–you don't want to squeeze out the creamy ingredients.
Pressed Italian SandwichesThese hearty pressed Italian sandwiches are weighted to compress the layers, but we’ve found that stuffing the filled ciabatta loaf into a pack to tote to the beach or on the trail also does the trick nicely.
Pressed Cuban SandwichesWe made these sandwiches in a skillet, but feel free to use a hot panini press instead. You'll still get the same tasty results.
Chicken Panini with Fig JamA creamy blue cheese spread seals the bread, keeping the moisture of the arugula and the flavor of the lemon juice inside the sandwich without getting the bread soggy. Fig jam adds a unique pop of flavor that our users raved about in this top-rated recipe.
Prosciutto and Smoked Gouda PaniniUse Italian bread for thick, hearty sandwiches, then fill with top-notch ingredients: Gouda and prosciutto. Cook them in a skillet in batches. To keep the cooked sandwiches warm, pop them into a warm oven until you're ready to serve. Pair with chips or a bowl of soup.
Hot Brown PaniniServe a Kentucky Derby favorite that calls for bacon, tomatoes, Swiss cheese, and your choice of cooked chicken or turkey. The creamy white cheese sauce brings out the smoky flavor of the bacon.
Avocado and Tomato Grilled Cheese SandwichesSoft, buttery avocado amps up the irresistible gooeyness of this grilled cheese. Tomato brings a bright, acidic contrast to the richness of cheese and avocado.
Pear, Pecorino, and Prosciutto PaniniPlay with texture in this sandwich. Made traditionally, the bulk of the stacker is smooth and creamy, but you can cook the prosciutto in a skillet to add a crispy bite to the meal. Serve with sweet potato fries or baked chips.
Chocolate-Raspberry Dessert SandwichesWhile the coals are still hot, add dessert to the grill. Grilled Chocolate-Raspberry Dessert Sandwiches are as decadent tasting as they sound!