Caprese Panini

by Kate on September 29, 2015

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Lunch tends to be the most difficult meal of the day for me. Sure, if there are leftovers from dinner the night before then I’m golden! I love when I’ve made a big tray of Pizza Pasta because I know my lunch the next day is going to be absolutely fantastic. Few things in life heat up better than pasta with a chunky vegetable sauce, sausage, pepperoni and all sorts of different cheeses. It’s like an everything pizza in baked pasta form!

If not though, I find myself peering inside the refrigerator longingly wondering what to make for my mid-day meal. I personally want my lunch to be rather quick and I don’t want to spend too much time actually cooking at lunch time. Most of the time I usually find myself settling for a sandwich. Easy, right? I love ham and cheese just as much as the next guy but it certainly gets real old real quick and just feels so blah.

Caprese Panini - FoodBabbles.comAny time I can jazz things up a bit, I’m all over it. That’s where this easy to make Caprese Panini comes in. This is one sandwich that is no fuss, no muss yet it’s way better that the same ol’ same ol’. Zesty flavorful pesto packs a punch when it melds together with creamy fresh mozzarella, ripe juicy tomatoes and fragrant basil leaves.

Press these vibrant fresh ingredients together between two crusty slices of ciabatta bread until they’re warm and the cheese has melted. In the end, you’ve got an easy lunch that will satisfy your hunger for good food without having to spend too much time preparing it. A drizzle of syrupy balsamic reduction is my very favorite part of this sandwich. It’s the perfect finishing touch to this flavorful, easy to make Caprese Panini recipe.

Caprese Panini - FoodBabbles.comEnjoy!

~K

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