Video of Panini Sandwich

Hello. It’s been a long time since I have posted any new recipes. I have been busy and lazy. I did however make a video of myself making my most favorite panini sandwich on my YouTube channel. It isn’t a food based channel, however it is not opposed to an occasional recipe explanation and perpetration.

I hope it entertains you and apologize in advance if it offends and confuses. I am a bit of an adolescent. If you would like a text based recipe, all you have to do is look at my previous post to this blog.


My Special Panini Sandwich

( I have finally returned home and I am in no mood to cook anything except my special sandwich. My vacation has made me temporarily lazy and joyfully dumb. I will be eating out for awhile still. But I have gotten some new awesome recipes that I will “eventually” be trying out and will post them if they turn out good. So until then, below is my favorite sandwich that I have been eating for almost 10 years. )

My condiment mixed in a ramekin:

Squirt of lemon
Original Dijon mustard (from Dijon France)
Hot sauce
Cream cheese
Puréed garlic

Building the sandwich:

I spread the condiment on both pieces of cut sour dough at 3/4 inch thick slices from a dome loaf.

I fry 4 strips of bacon in a pan with a dime sized dot of olive oil. Then after the bacon is done. I fry turkey (in the bacon grease) in shreds with a pinch of salt to caramelization. Then I roll two “cold” slices of ham-off-the-bone deli slices together (in the form of a tight cylinder) and section cut them in quarter inch slices.

I evenly place all the meat on the bottom slice of bread.

I then take 2 quarter inch thick slices of marinated mozzarella cheese that has marinated in olive oil, sprigs of rosemary, sun dried tomatoes, onion powder, basil, chipotle peppers and Italian seasoning for two or more days in a Tupperware container, and place them on top of the meat.

I place 8 FRESH full leaves of spinach on top of the cheese.

I then close the sandwich.

From here I put it in my panini maker. But not before I spray my homemade seasoned butter oil (that I keep in a generic spray bottle) over the exterior of both slices of bread so the sandwich doesn’t stick to the panini maker.

I wait just a few minutes until the cheese starts to melt over the edge of the bottom slice. Then I take it out and consume.

(This sandwich I eat ONCE a week or 2 weeks. (For reasons of my health.) It is one of my DEEP pleasures that make my culinary life worth living. I have been making this sandwich for almost a decade and will never get tired of it.)

Warning: this sandwich will make you gain TONS of weight if you do not regularly exercise. I have first hand knowledge of this… Well… first, second and third to be literal.