Buffalo Chicken Panini

  • carolfitz Posted: 09/25/10
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    Started with cooked paillards leftover from CL's chicken with lemon-leek linguine, so this came together lightning-fast. Used half chipotle Tabasco and half Sriracha and grilled on the George Foreman. Excellent sandwich.

  • Whygal Posted: 09/22/10
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    We had this panini last night and it was delicious!! I used 1 whole boneless breast rather than the tenders and just thinly sliced them after I grilled them. I also used ciabatta rolls and my panini press. Served the sandwiches with coleslaw. A great and easy weeknight meal!

  • Jessie123 Posted: 10/06/10
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    This was so easy and really yummy. Followed the directions exactly.

  • Cubbie Posted: 01/03/11
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    YUM! These are just as great as any restaurant sandwich and a quick dinner. I used Fat Free Mayo and added Sriracha sauce to top if off.

  • steponme Posted: 01/18/11
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    Made this panini the other night for the 2nd time. This is a great tasting & quick panini; just the right amount of heat. Also taste wonderful with a low fat ranch dressing if you don't care for blue cheese. I added some low fat pepper jack cheese and romain lettuce after heating/toasting the sandwich.

  • Booklady108 Posted: 12/01/10
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    My entire family loves chicken wings- this panini is a perfect low cal solution to wing night- with no compromise on taste! This is a go to meal that can be pulled together in short order- and really delivers on satisfaction.

  • susanmo Posted: 11/05/10
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    Made this for dinner tonight. Use the recipe as is, just a little less blue cheese. Fantastic.

  • Brenda272 Posted: 01/02/11
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    My teen sons were disappointed in this dish as was I. It was a little dry. The chicken by itself, spread with the blue cheese ended up being better than as a panini. I don't think I'd make this again.

  • EvilCookieFairy Posted: 01/19/11
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    So easy, and so delicious!

  • MadamMaddyKJ26 Posted: 05/29/11
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    Very good! I love these sandwhiches. Good quick and easy family night meal. Others in my family don't, but i add much more hot sauce, but overall very good.

  • Amhaasy81 Posted: 04/27/11
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    Messy and delicious!

  • nicolecorsi Posted: 05/15/11
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    My husband is a buffalo wing nut, I can't stand crunching on bones. These sandwiches were a perfect compromise. I do not like food too spicy, so I just tossed my chicken in hot sauce once, tossing his twice. First time I used the panini press and I would recommend only spreading the cheese/mayo mixture within a quarter inch from the edge of the bread. Other than that, grab a napkin and a tall cool glass of the drink of your choice and have at it!

  • Joeda04 Posted: 10/27/12
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    Just made for my husband. He has had to modify his diet; more healthy, less fattening, etc. He couldn't believe that this was cooking light. He says is great, 10/10, excellent!! Now, he says maybe "that healthy stuff" isn't too bad and we need to try some more. Thank you cooking light for an excellent recipe! Made recipe as is; no changes.

  • Saecca Posted: 11/15/12
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    Very good! I used french bread instead and served it with coleslaw. It was great the next day for lunch!

  • Jenn859 Posted: 09/19/13
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    I've made this several times using my panini grill . I love this sandwich with the blue cheese spread oozing and the crusty toasted bread . I had it with sweet potato fries and an ice cold blue moon beer. What a way to end the day ! <3

  • brenro Posted: 11/22/13
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    Frank's hot sauce, a panini press, and a side of coleslaw. Quick and delicious weeknight meal. I only wish more sauce adhered to the chicken the way it does when you saute wings in hot sauce and butter.

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