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!
My favorite pannini ever. I like making them with hot pepper jam.
This was OUTSTANDING. I couldn't find a regular pepper jelly, but found raspberry pepper jelly and it worked great!
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.
My son made this for the family. It was different and very tasty.
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.
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.
This recipe is so wonderfu!
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.