Strawberry-Turkey-Brie Panini

  • ShannonP Posted: 06/04/09
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    This was a great combination of flavors. I didn't have enough basil growing yet, so I used one leaf of basil plus spinach for each sandwich.

  • Mirthmaker Posted: 05/11/09
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    This recipe is so wonderfu!

  • legrande Posted: 04/28/09
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    This was even better than I expected. The only thing I changed is I didn't use the melted butter and I cooked it in a panini skillet. The sweet, spicy, fresh flavors are wonderful. I'm usually not a fan of the flavor of brie but the pepper jelly balanced it nicely.

  • chamdexor Posted: 07/28/09
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    I thought this was great. Even better than I anticipated. That being said, I only gave it 4 stars because to get a 5, the result has to really knock my socks off. But this was definitely worth making.

  • Becky54 Posted: 05/20/11
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    My son made this for the family. It was different and very tasty.

  • NanetteJG Posted: 07/24/11
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    I didn't really enjoy this, it sort of tasted like strawberry jam on a turkey sandwich, not my favorite. The flavors sounded so interesting together, but it just didn't do it for me.

  • WhitneyMaass Posted: 10/31/11
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    This was OUTSTANDING. I couldn't find a regular pepper jelly, but found raspberry pepper jelly and it worked great!

  • AmyNJames Posted: 05/07/13
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    My family LOVED these sandwiches! I made a few changes. I left out the basil; didn't have it. Instead of using sliced turkey, I pounded out fresh turkey cutlets so they were thin and then battered them in Italian seasoned Panko crumbs and fried them with a little olive oil. This added about 30 minutes to the prep/cook time, but well worth it. I also didn't have a panini press, so I made them like I would a grilled cheese sandwich. I melted butter in a skillet on the stove and fried the sandwiches a few minutes on each side until the cheese melted. Delicious and satisfying!

  • candicedw Posted: 05/20/12
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    My favorite pannini ever. I like making them with hot pepper jam.


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