This is a great sandwich! The only change I made was to cook it in my panini press. The spinach and sun-dried tomato mixture was a great addition to the sandwich. Will add to my panini rotation. I served it with sweet potato fries.
Rosemary-Chicken Panini with Spinach and Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Whygal Posted: 01/04/12
stormydogblue Posted: 01/18/12
This was excellent!! I followed the recipe exactly. My whole family loved it including the 4 kids. I also made mine in a panini press, and the kids said I should open a panini restaurant! Ha ha.
svranizan Posted: 01/18/12
Easy to make, and a great hearty meal. I also used a panini press and cooked the chicken cutlets on a George Foreman grill, as I don't have a grill pan. Served with a side salad - makes an easy weeknight meal.
ChefLeesher Posted: 03/25/12
This was just ok for me. I think the chicken was lacking acid- lemon or balsamic maybe? At 1st I thought it was WAY too much garlic but once I tried it I understood it needed it. I would have also prefered the spinach uncooked with more crunch.
Beccaroo73 Posted: 02/20/12
We loved this--tasted much unhealthier than it actually is! We don't have a panini press--just used a skillet, and they still turned out great.
bjane1 Posted: 02/23/12
In unison, my husband and I both said "WOW!" with our first bite. The sun dried tomatoes and garlic made these amazing. I now may consider buying a panini pan! I folllowed the suggestion from another reader and served with sweet potato fries....perfect.
steponme Posted: 03/20/12
This was a good sandwich, it did not knock my socks off, but I'd make it again. I think the sun-dried tomatoes are what stand out and make the sandwich.
slappysquirrel Posted: 06/01/13
Very tasty. I used ciabatta to cut down on the carbs from bread. More oil than I would have liked but the next time I make these I'll use less.