Chicken Panini with Fig Jam

  • dburns45 Posted: 07/26/09
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    I substituted apricot jam for fig and spinach for arugala. I didn't have either on hand. Anyway, we had it for dinner and everyone loved it. Found out my son made it the next day, he liked it so much. Will definitely make again.

  • Debbie17 Posted: 11/03/10
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    This was great! Cooked in George Forman grilll. Subbed goat cheese for blue cheese and spinach for greens.

  • pshouston Posted: 01/16/10
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    Love this flavor combination with the fig and blue cheese. Made the recipe as written except we used homemade crushed fig preserves - not light - but it was good!

  • meibert5 Posted: 02/22/09
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    This was an interesting recipe, but I feel the blue cheese overpowered the rest of the recipe, and I didn't feel the fig jam was anything special. Like another reader mentioned, probably a different jam would work fine too. It IS a good panini, just not a GREAT one.

  • bigbadmama Posted: 01/28/09
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    We loved this panina. The combination of flavors is fantastic. It's easy to prepare and great on a cold winter day.

  • jsnoblit Posted: 06/04/10
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    I love paninis.

  • Jaymie Posted: 03/05/12
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    These are truly outstanding! Followed the recipe except that I made the chicken a day ahead of time and just baked it in foil with lemon juice and fresh rosemary and thyme. Otherwise didn't change a thing and they were to die for.

  • ESmith6 Posted: 03/28/12
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    Loved this! Subbed spinach for the arugula but otherwise made as written. The combo of the blue cheese and fig jam was delicious. Will definitely be making this again.

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