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Pesto or tapenade sauce, followed by roasted red peppers, are key to making these pressed sandwiches extra flavorful.

Source: Everyday Food, November 2003
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Layering slices of mozzarella cheese on each piece of bread and layering peppers and spreads in the middle will help seal sandwiches once pressed.

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  • Winsor
    10 FEB, 2011
    Very unattractive picture - looks like a burnt sandweich and cheese hasn't melted. If I hadn't had this type of pressed sandwich before and know it is delicious, I would never try it, based on this photo. VIsuals are important, and
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  • nanciallard
    7 OCT, 2008
    Added thinly sliced turkey - very good. Filling.
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