My family loved this sandwich and I will make it again. I stuck to the recipe. I think it's good to fix anytime. And for people like me that does not know where to locate the pesto, check with the spaghetti sauces.
Pesto Focaccia Sandwich
MaryAP Posted: 01/25/09
AllisonMcCammon Posted: 04/26/11
These are quick and easy crowd pleasers. Many grocery stores have flavored focaccia; my favorite is sun-dried tomato. Serve with pasta salad and fresh fruit. Left-overs reheat beautifully.
Victorinox76 Posted: 01/29/12
A good sandwich, though I suspect it'd be a lot better with an adjustment on the heating. I made the sandwich with refrigerated meat and cheese and after cooking it for the listed 10 minutes, the meat was still cool and the cheese unmelted. As such, I don't think it was as good as it could be. I believe it'd be a 4 star sandwich with this issue fixed. I recommend either letting the meat and cheese warm up to room temperature before baking or increasing the cooking time and checking to ensure the cheese is melted.
Lalalee Posted: 12/11/12
This is a huge hit with all my boys (college kids and husband). Love it for football games. I leave out the onion. I agree that additional cooking time is needed to thoroughly heat and melt the cheeses.