Perfect Panini

February 16, 2015 – Is there a more satisfying staple than a good ol’ sandwich? We’d be hard pressed to find one. Since we’re totally Team Sandwich, we thought we’d give you some tips for putting a spin on this universal favorite… by grilling indoors!

The Ambiano Panini Grill is hitting our shelves on Wednesday, and we can’t wait to munch on these drool-worthy combos:

Fruit and Hazelnut Panini073113_BTS_FruitHazelnutPanini_
Sweet fruit, smooth chocolate and crunchy, toasty bread? Yes, please.

Turkey Sausage Panini
Consider us signed up for this not-your-average turkey sandwich.

Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Stacked high, grilled crispy and oozing with gooey cheese.

Want to try something a little crazy with your panini grill? We say, go for it! Here are some of our ideas:

  • Grill chicken without having to drag out the grill. Simply brush chicken breasts with oil, toss them on the press and grill ‘em up.
  • Take your cinnamon rolls from frozen to flawless in three minutes on the panini press.

How do you use your Ambiano Panini Grill? Tell us in the comments!

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8 thoughts on “Perfect Panini

  1. Sandra Mort

    I’ve been to Aldi enough times to understand how much money I can save there, but I still don’t go. Why not? If I don’t go to the store with a solid idea of what I am going to find and what it will cost, meal planning gets really haphazard and I end up bringing home all sorts of random things that may not be used before they rot or even used at all, taking up my very limited closet and freezer space. There’s got to be a trick to it, but I haven’t figured it out. I can’t even go ahead of time to see what there is because it’s a 45 minute drive to get there. Between the cost of gas and limited free time, it’s just not practical. How do you do it?

    Also, panini is plural, so you don’t need to stick an S at the end of it.

    1. Anjelikka Kowalski

      It is all in the planning of meals. Europeans do it all the time. Plus they are slimmer, because they have things already planned out for each day.
      I like ALDI and I am so happy they are here in California now.
      Way to go ALDI 🙂

  2. Karie Hatton

    This Panini grill is a total piece of garbage. After using it 4 times the handle melted off. I was suspicious when the markings on the front smeared and became unreadable after 1 use.
    It is being used in a kitchen with two older people so it was not subjected to rough use. Beware. They are hawking a waffle iron by the same manufacturer. I am hoping that I can get my $20 back. Granted it was not super expensive but Aldi really should look at this product and company.

  3. Michelle Taylor

    Bought this panini maker and I LOVE IT!!! The cheese comes out so gooey and the bread is toasted perfectly. Doesn’t take long to cook and is fool proof almost impossible to burn the bread. Highly recommend it!

  4. Bob

    This panini press is a piece of junk. DO NOT BUY!!! Mine worked once and would not heat up again. I called Aldi Customer Care and since I don’t have my receipt, I’m stuck with this five pound paperweight. Horrible customer service (both representative and supervisor) and antiquated return policy. Learned my lesson and will not ever be shopping at Aldi again. The three year warranty on this panini maker is a joke.

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