Roasted Vegetable Panini Sandwich With Feta Cheese Recipe
It is a delicious sandwich with basil pesto and roasted vegetables on a panini bread. Simple to make, you can also give this to your kids for after school snacks.
Roasted Vegetable Sandwich With Feta Cheese Recipe is a sandwich that makes a quick and healthy dinner. You could use a Panini bread or even a Baguette to make the sandwich.
But we personally prefer the Panini Bread as it is soft and becomes crips only after the grilling process. Try this super delicious Roasted Vegetable Sandwich With Feta Cheese Recipe for a weeknight dinner. If you are conscious about the fat in cheese, you could omit the cheese and just serve it without it. It will taste just as good.
Serve Roasted Vegetable Sandwich With Feta Cheese Recipe along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney), or Mayonnaise Recipe along with a Quick Creamy Pea Soup Recipe for a wholesome dinner.
If you like this recipe, try more Sandwich Recipes that you can make for After School Snacks:
- 3 Panini Bread , sliced half, lengthwise
- 2 Green zucchini , cut into 1/4-inch-thick slices
- 2 Red Bell pepper (Capsicum) , thinly sliced
- 2 Tomatoes , thinly sliced into rounds
- 2 Red onion , cut into onion rings
- Feta Cheese , drained, sliced, as needed
- 1/2 cup Homemade Basil Pesto , (or basil pesto)
- Tabasco sauce , to taste (optional for spice)
- Salt and Pepper , to taste
How to make Roasted Vegetable Panini Sandwich With Feta Cheese Recipe
To begin making the Roasted Vegetable Sandwich With Feta Cheese Recipe, you will first have to either roast or grill the vegetables.
Heat a tablespoon of oil in a wok, add in the red bell peppers and a pinch of salt. Cover the pan and stir fry on medium heat until the bell peppers are roasted and have softened. Once done, remove the pepper from the wok and keep them aside.
In the same wok, add a teaspoon of olive oil and add in the sliced zucchini. Sprinkle some salt and stir fry on high heat until it is tender and roasted. It will also get grilled along with the Panini, so its ok for them to be a little firm. Keep them aside.
Cool the roasted red pepper and zucchini completely.
Slice the Panini's into half. Place them on a working surface.
Spread the Basil pesto on both the sides. Working with the bottom slice, stack the slices of zucchini, roasted peppers, onions, tomatoes, sprinkle salt and pepper, optionally tabasco sauce and finally the feta cheese. Place top half of panini bread on top.
Press the bread down with the palm of your hand. Continue the same way with the remaining Panini breads.
At this stage, you could choose to wrap the sandwiches in a wrap and refrigerate and grill them as and when required or have them chilled for a picnic.
If you plan to grill the roasted vegetable panini, then heat a cast iron grill pan and grease it with olive oil.
Brush the top of the sandwiches panini's also with some oil or butter. Place the buttered side down on the heated grill pan and using a press or a flat spatula, press down the sandwich to get neat sear marks on the sandwich.
After a minute, flip the sandwich and grill the other side the similar way. Proceed the same way of grilling the Panini's the similar way.
You can also use a Panini Press and it can make it a lot easier to Grill Sandwiches.
Serve Roasted Vegetable Sandwich With Feta Cheese Recipe along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney), or Mayonnaise Recipe along with a Quick Creamy Pea Soup Recipe or salad for a wholesome dinner.
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