Beef, Onion and Horseradish Cheddar Panini / Roastbiff, Løk og Pepperrotcheddar Panini

A delicious grilled sandwich recipe found in a booklet
published by American Dairy Association in 2004
Beef, Onion and Horseradish Cheddar Panini / Roastbiff, Løk og Pepperrotcheddar Panini

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Text from the booklet: Americans have always had a Passion for European-inspired foods – foods that embody tradition, pure enjoyment and a topic of conversation. The latest infatuationto “heat up” the scene is hearty Italian-style sandwiches, called Panini.

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In Italy, the word Panino (a diminutive of pane or bread) means, “little bread” or “sandwich.” And as the name suggests, Panini are sandwiches with Romance. Made with fresh ingredients, distinctive wholesome breads and mouthwatering cheeses – Panini embrace all that is Old World.

Prepared with care and creativity, our Cheesy Panini recipes combine that old-world taste passed down for generations with new-world simplicity.

Because convenience is key, it’s no wonder more people are making sandwiches for dinner. In an American Dairy Association survey, more than 61 percent of today’s cooks said they make an everyday sandwich taste even better by heating it up and by adding bold-flavored ingredients, such as two or three different kinds of cheese.

Whether you use a new indoor grill, oven or stovetop preparation, making mouthwatering Panini at home is deceptively quick and simple.
All of our featured recipes include fresh, robust flavours on crusty breads with warm delicious cheese. And each takes 35 minutes or less to prepare – proving that big taste really does come in small packages!

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2 thoughts on “Beef, Onion and Horseradish Cheddar Panini / Roastbiff, Løk og Pepperrotcheddar Panini

  1. I love to use my panini maker and this sandwich sounds delicious!

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