Turkey Panini with Watercress and Citrus Aioli

  • Laurie18 Posted: 05/16/10
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    Made this for a quick week day meal and I would make this again. I think I will will start making this citrus aioli when I make anything with turkey.

  • lizardstew Posted: 05/27/10
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    My husband said I could only give this 3 stars if I gave the following disclaimer: I burned these. Badly. We assumed they'd be about 3 stars if they weren't burned, but it was really hard to tell. The citris aoli was delicios!! We had a simple meal with BBQ hchips and grape tomatoes.

  • MrsFuzzy Posted: 05/27/10
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    This is a good, easy recipe for a tasty n quick lunch. Would double the Citrus Aioli spread as I couldn't taste it in the sandwich.

  • carolfitz Posted: 07/18/11
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    Excellent sandwich, super-quick prep, very tasty mayo. Served with mini-dill pickles & corn on the cob. Great summer meal.

  • daneanp Posted: 01/25/14
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    Good, quick and easy weeknight dinner. My market didn't have watercress so I substituted some baby spinach (chopped). I think it could've used a little mustard.

  • AltheaVet Posted: 02/20/14
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    These were fantastic and I am making them for the second week in a row. I did not use my grill; I simply toasted the bread to save time. I had planned to have one with an orange for lunch but I recommend adding a light soup as I didn't think they were filling enough to hold me until dinner without a little more help but the sandwich itself is delicious! I added a slice of turkey bacon to each sandwich which I thought made it perfect.


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