We LOVE this Panini Sandwich, it’s a favorite copycat recipe of the Gobbler at Pizza Factory. It is loaded with turkey, bacon, avocado, tomato, and cream cheese!
Turkey Bacon Avocado Panini Sandwich
Don’t you just love the combination of a Turkey Bacon Avocado Panini Sandwich? Those flavors are fabulous! We got the idea from the “Gobbler” sandwiches at Pizza Factory. The traditional restaurant Gobblers at Pizza Factory use a hoagie-type bread. For this, we decided to try a panini style sandwich and we love it even more. The grilled taste makes it that much better.
What Is A Panini?
When it comes to making a basic panini, you’re really talking about any sandwich made with an Italian sort of bread — usually toasted. Panini presses on the market allow you to apply heat of the griddle on both sides of the sandwich at once, sort of smashing all the contents together and grilling and warming it at the same time. Breads used for Panini sandwiches are often ciabatta, baguette or michetta.
Soup and Sandwich Please
When it comes to serving up something delicious with a sandwich, soups always come to mind — especially in the fall. Check out some great soup recipes to go along with this delicious Turkey Bacon Avocado Panini.
- Crock Pot Vegetable Beef Soup is a warm, delightful comfort food. It’s an easy soup to throw together and always a family favorite.
- Weight Loss Magic Soup is a yummy, filling way to get a whole lot of vegetables in your day without a lot of calories.
- Creamy Butternut Squash Soup is a rich, sweet, savory, creamy, soup you will love in fall and winter.
- Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup is the classic flavor you love, with a homemade goodness that is soothing to the soul.
- Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup is loaded with yummy veggies. It is creamy, healthy and full of flavor.
How To Make Turkey Bacon Avocado Panini Sandwich
- Cut the french bread in half, lengthwise. Turn the bread inside-out so you are putting all the fixins on the hard, outer part of the bread.
- Spread cream cheese on both halves. Add turkey, bacon, and cheese then put the two halves together (the soft sides of the bread should be facing out). Smash as flat as you can, then spread butter on both sides.
- Cut panini into thirds, place on a heated Foreman Grill (or any indoor grill) and press panini in firmly. Heat until the bread turns golden brown and cheese is melted. Remove panini, lift the top slice of bread and add remaining ingredients and any other ingredients you would like to add. Serve with fries, soup, or salad.
- George Foreman Grill