Recipe courtesy of Rachael Ray
Save Recipe Print
Total:
18 min
Prep:
15 min
Cook:
3 min
Yield:
4 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients

Directions

In Italy, my favorite panini (sandwich) is made with ham (prosciutto di Parma) cheese (robiola) and arugula (rucola or rocket lettuce). You can eat it cold, or press it and grill it on a sandwich press or in a skillet. If you want to press it, put a heavy skillet on top of the sandwich as it cooks on a griddle or in a nonstick pan over medium heat. Cook just a minute or so on each side to crisp the roll and slightly warm the filling.

To make the sandwich, split rolls and cover with provolone. Top with a few pieces of arugula and 2 or 3 thin slices of ham, set the top in place and press down. Cut sandwiches into 8 small cubes or grill to toast the roll, then cut. Stack 8 pieces or 1 panini on each stick, threading 2 hot peppers or 2 jumbo olives in among the panini pieces as you work. Repeat to make 4 (12-inch) panini-stacked sticks.

Trending Videos 6 Videos

More Food Network

Whole Lemon Bars 01:36

This lazy cook's version of a lemon bar is simple and delicious.

IDEAS YOU'LL LOVE

Parsley-Dill Potatoes

Recipe courtesy of Rachael Ray

Veggie Sticks and Pesto Dipping Sauce

Recipe courtesy of Rachael Ray

Antip-achos Italian Nachos and Fish Stick Parm

Recipe courtesy of Rachael Ray

Cassis Sticks

Recipe courtesy of Jacques Torres

Pot Stickers

Recipe courtesy of Wolfgang Puck

Catfish Sticks

Recipe courtesy of Sunny Anderson

Mozzarella Sticks

Recipe courtesy of Giada De Laurentiis

Jicama Sticks

Recipe courtesy of Food Network Kitchen

Cornbread Sticks

Recipe courtesy of The Neelys

Browse Reviews By Keyword

          Dig In

          Food Network Apps

          In the Kitchen

          Get over 70,000 FN recipes on all your mobile devices.

          Facebook Messenger

          Ask our bot for recipes, meal ideas and daily food trivia.