Enjoy all kinds of warm and toasty variations on grilled cheese sandwiches and Italian panini, including grilled cheddar and bacon with tomato soup; grilled vegetable panini, muffalettas, Reubens, croque-monsieurs, Monte Cristo sandwiches, and more.
Shaved deli ham, baby spinach, and double layers of fresh mozzarella on a loaf of Italian bread make a satisfying sandwich for four. No need for a panini press: this is toasted in the oven between two baking sheets.
A layer of grainy mustard balances the richness of cheese and butter in these sandwiches. We recommend sharp cheddar here, but you might opt for another cheese that oozes when it melts, such as Swiss. Use your choice of bread, such as whole grain, sourdough, or challah.
Combine softened butter with chopped anchovies, lemon zest, parsley, and chives to spread on these toasty pressed mozzarella sandwiches inspired by a traditional Italian appetizer. This recipe is courtesy of Sean Rembold from Marlow and Sons restaurant in Brooklyn, New York.