Feta and Pineapple Sandwich
by Tarla Dalal
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Feta cheese is a crumbly, aged cheese commonly used in mediterranean cuisine. It is perfect for salads and sandwiches, but if you can’t find it, you can use paneer instead. For a totally mediterranean feel, use panini for the feta and pineapple sandwich; else just go for burger buns.
- Cut each panini into two horizontally and apply a generous layer of the spread on one side of panini.
- Place a large lettuce leaf on one half of the panini.
- Top 2 slices of feta cheese and some red pepper and pineapple slices.
- Sprinkle salt and freshly ground pepper and sandwich with the top half of the panini.
- Repeat with the remaining panini and ingredients to make 3 more sandwiches.
- Apply butter on the outer surface of the sandwich and grill in a sandwich grill or a toaster till done.
- Serve hot.
- Pane means bread in Italian and panini means "little" bread (or buns).
- However, in America, panini means a certain kind of sandwich The bread is used is quite flat, a bit dense and a little oily.
- Now a days, panini bread is available at speciality baking shops in India too.
- If you do not find panini bread at your local baker, just use a regular burger bread instead.
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