Ham, Turkey, Arugula, Fontina and Caramelized Onion Panini



A few of my absolute favorite items are caramelized onions, fontina cheese and avocado. Today I was in the mood for all of these so I created this panini.  If you like sandwiches with ham and turkey you'll go crazy for this panini!

Ingredients:
Country White Sourdough Bread
6 slices of honey baked ham
4 slices of turkey
1 medium sliced onion
3-4 oz sliced fontina cheese
1 small sliced avocado
A large handful of Arugula
2 tablespoons olive oil

Preparation:
Preheat olive oil in a small skillet over medium heat. Once hot place sliced onions and cook until browned (about 10 minutes.) Set aside.

Slice the sourdough bread in 1/2-inch pieces.  Place 1/2 the sliced avocado, 1/2 caramelized onions, 1/2 fontina,  1/2 ham, 1/2 turkey and top with the arugula. Place the other bread slice on top and cook in a panini press for about 5 minutes.

Follow the steps above with the second panini.  Serve and Enjoy!

Recipe adapted from Epicurean Mom

15 comments:

  1. Looks so yummy!


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  10. What a beautiful blog - and what beautiful pictures! You have a gift - and I love this recipe! I'm definitely going to try it out this week with my roommates - can't wait to share the results with you! Hope you had a happy Mother's day!

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  11. Oh, I'm going to have to make this--sounds divine! You have such lovely photos on this blog. It's making my mouth water...Just found you on the blog hop. Can't wait to see more recipes.

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  12. Hi, it's my first time on your blog (i came from one of the food galleries) and i just wanted to tell you how pretty i find the pictures of your girls in your banner. i have two girls that age too. i'm off to have a look around :)

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  14. Your photos and food styling are absolutely stunning and this sandwich looks too good for words. I'd love if you'd consider sharing it in the online Get Grillin' & summer bbq event I'm hosting right now (it's entree week). http://bit.ly/jjM7Qg

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