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Roasted Summer Vegetable Panini

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With Goat Cheese.

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Seriously, who comes up with these names?  The only thing left out of that title/description is the balsamic vinegar.  Well, technically there’s thyme, garlic, and olive oil too.   I’m getting ahead of myself, though.

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First you need some yummy vegetables, then you can mix all that stuff in there.

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I do find it interesting that this recipe from Sheryl Crow’s book calls for dried thyme and garlic powder.  I’m usually under the impression that fresh is better, but they still smelled amazing after 15 minutes at 400.

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Pile your veggies onto a whole-grain baguette and top with spinach and goat cheese, and you’ve got a hearty little meal.  The actual recipe gives extensive directions for flattening your sandwich between two sheet pans and baking it, but I just pulled out the old panini press.

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Eat Well and Savor.

 

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About Monica

A court reporter who likes to cook, and travel, and go to the spa, and read, and spoil her dog.

2 responses »

  1. I fell in love with Panini when I was in Italy a couple of years ago. I can still feel the crunch of the bread, the rich mozzarella or goat cheese feeling, the crisp lettuce, juicy tomatoes…… Must try this soon.

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  2. Aw, beautiful! 🙂 Wish I could have one now. Lol.

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