Has anyone else discovered that a George Foreman grill can double as a makeshift panini maker? The Magee family figured this out a couple of years ago and we've had occasional panini nights ever since.
* Just heat up your George Foreman Grill on High or Medium High
* Assemble your panini sandwich
* Coat the top and bottom sides of the sandwich (preferably using whole wheat) with canola cooking spray or brush lightly with extra virgin olive oil.
* Place it on the indoor grill and place the top down and let it cook for a minute or two until the bread is golden and there are grill marks.
And the best part of this is...you don't need to find a place to store yet another kitchen appliance. Just use your indoor grill as a panini maker!
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