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Panini Time

Publié par Marie sur 14 Septembre 2013, 12:20pm

Catégories : #French inspired recipes

Home made Paninis


I wanted some Panini since a while and I couldn’t manage to find a good one in Hong Kong neither could I find ready-to-use breads in the supermarket to make it myself... So I decided it was the right time to do it myself.


For 8 Panini breads (4 persons)

500 g white flour

14g dried yeast

150 ml lukewarm water

150 ml lukewarm full cream milk

36 g olive oil

½ tablespoon of salt


In a large bowl, mix the flour with the dried yeast. Once mixed, add all the other ingredients in the bowl.

Start mixing with a wooden spoon and finish by kneading the dough by hands until fully combined.

If you want to have a specific flavor in your dough, you can add some herbs or seeds at this stage.


Place the dough in an oiled bowl and cover with a humid towel. Allow to rest in a warm room for 2 hours.

Yes, I really want a Panini!


After this time, the dough should have doubled in size. Remove it from the bowl and punch it 2-3 times to knock the air out.

Shape the bread into small Panini (or longer one if you prefer but I choose to do small one to be able to change the ingredients). Place them on a baking tray, brush with olive oil (you can also add herbs on the top if you like), cover again and allow to rest for 45 minutes.


Pre-heat the oven to 180 C, brush them again with a bit of olive oil and cook for 10 minutes.

The Panini breads will remain white (they are not supposed to be fully cooked as you will still cook them in a grill with the fillings.

Panini Time


Some ideas for your fillings:

- Tomatoes, mozzarella, parma ham and fresh basil

- Goat cheese and mangoes chutney

- Avocado, halloumi

- Chorizo, emmental, caramelized onions


And much more endless possibilities!

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