What to hear something strange? Up until about ten years ago I hadn’t even heard of a panini. I know – weird, right? To me it had always been just a grilled sandwich. All this changed when I got a panini press for Christmas. I got so carried away, we were basically having paninis for breakfast, lunch and dinner for the next couple of weeks!
When most people think of grilled panini, the last thing that comes to mind are waffles. The spicy tang of mustard pairs nicely with the sweet notes of maple syrup and crisp apple. This waffle will do wonders to your taste buds. You don’t need to use waffles, if you don’t have a waffle iron, and only a panini press. But if you do use left over waffles, you only need to grill the sandwich on your stove-top. The recipe takes only 20 minutes, and serves up to 4 people, halfed. This warm gooey sandwich hits the spot on a cool seasonal day!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Country Living
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