Grilled mozzarella sandwich



Grilled mozzarella sandwich
This grilled mozzarella sandwich is prepared with fresh tomatoes and walnut pesto with sourdough bread. It is easy to assemble and burst with taste!

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Course: Sandwich
Food: Italian
Preparation time: 10 min.
Cooking time: 5 min.
0 min.
Total time: 15 min.
Servings: 4 servings
Calories: 449kcal
Author: Yumna Jawad

Ingredients

For the sandwich
• 4 slices of sourdough bread
• 4 oz mozzarella cheese sliced
• 1 large tomato sliced
• 2 oz roasted red pepper glazed
For the pesto
• 1/2 cup fresh basil leaves
• 2 garlic cloves peeled
• 2 tablespoons walnuts
• 2 tablespoons grated parmesan
• Salt and pepper to taste
• 1/4 cup olive oil

Instructions

1. To make the pesto, put the basil, garlic, walnuts and Parmesan cheese in the food processor; Season with salt and pepper and mix. While the food processor is on, slowly pour the olive oil into the mixture so that the olive oil can be emulsified.
2. Spread the pesto evenly over the 4 slices of bread and place the bread on the panini maker or in a toaster oven for 2 minutes.
3. Then place the mozzarella cheese, tomatoes and roasted red peppers on slices of bread and melt the cheese and soften the vegetables.
4. As soon as the cheese melts, close the sandwich, cut and serve immediately
Grilled mozzarella sandwich
This grilled mozzarella sandwich is prepared with fresh tomatoes and walnut pesto with sourdough bread. It is easy to assemble and burst with taste!
Volume 90%

Notes
Storage: Other pesto should be covered and stored in the refrigerator, it will stay fresh for a week. I would not recommend storing the sandwich for more than a few hours. If you have sandwich leftovers, it is best to heat with a toaster oven or panini maker.
Make tips ahead: You can make the pesto up to a week in advance and then use it in the grilled sandwich when you're ready.

Replacement: For best results, follow the recipe as it is. However, here are some common substitutes that would work well in this recipe.
• Instead whole mozzarella, you can use shredded mozzarella. Although I think it creates a completely different taste and texture than the sandwich.
• Instead of walnuts, you can use other nuts such as pine nuts, almonds or pecans to remove the pesto

Equipment: I use the Kitchen Help 7-Cup Food Processor Kitchen Aid 11-Cup Food Processor to make the pesto. It has a high and low pulse speed, so you can make the pesto as smooth or chunky as you like. And it has a 3-in-1 wide mouth feed tube to make it easier to slowly add olive oil while the machine is running.
It's so much fun to make sandwiches in my Panini manufacturer. I have the Cuisinart 5-in-1 Griddler – pretty much a magic device in my kitchen that does so much! If you don't have a pan, you can use a pan and cook the sandwich for 2 minutes each side by pressing down with a spatula while you cook.

Nutrition: Please note that the provided nutrition label is an estimate based on an online nutrition calculator. It varies depending on the specific ingredients you use.  This information should not be considered as a substitute for the advice of a professional nutritionist. The nutritional value is for a portion that is a whole sandwich (half of the recipe)

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