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Apple, Cheddar & Red Onion Panini

Apple, Cheddar & Red Onion Panini

Apple, Cheddar, Red Onion, and Trader Joe's Hot & Sweet Mustard on Garlic Naan. Delicious. Should I just end the post there?

Maybe I should go on, and talk about the look of suspicion from Mr. KMW when he saw me putting apples on a panini. That suspicion was easily erased in the 3.5 seconds it took him to devour his panini.

It really was a delicious combo, the Hot & Sweet Mustard really helped pull it all together.


Trader Joe's Hot & Sweet Mustard


It's essentially honey mustard with a kick. A regular honey mustard would work well too, but you know me, I like my spice! I used some frozen naan I had in the freezer from Trader Joe's, I tend to keep that on hand, it's perfect for making paninis. 

We have this De'Longhi Panini Press and it's still one of our wedding gifts that gets a ton of use. Sandwiches always taste better warmed up with some panini creases in them!

2 pieces of naan or other bread (use for pieces if slices are small, I had 2 large naan pieces)
2 apples, cored and sliced
sharp cheddar cheese, sliced
red onion, sliced
hot & sweet mustard

Place a layer of cheddar cheese slices on bottom piece of naan/bread. Layer on sliced apples, then sliced red onion and another layer of cheddar cheese (this will help it all stick together).

Spread hot & sweet mustard on top piece of naan/bread and then place that on top of apple, onion and cheese. 

Place in panini press until heated through, approximately 6 minutes. Cut in half if using larger slices of naan/bread and serve. 

Reader Comments (1)

Oh my! If I have any cheddar, this will be lunch. :)

September 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSommer @ A Spicy Perspective

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