Rome Panini Sandwich Press - Cast Iron
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Rome Panini Sandwich Press
Rome's Panini Press makes cafe style Italian sandwiches ease, style & verve.
To use simply place your sandwich insude the open cavity of the cooker, close the lid and place on a BBQ grill or stovetop burner.
After a few minutes flip the panini press over and continue cooking until the sandwich is hot and toasted.
Made from solid cast iron and features a generous 8" x 4" cooking surface for use with a wide variety of specialty breads.
Original design by Rome. 10 Year Warranty.
8" x 4" cooking surface, 22" overall length
Italy's greatest cultural export in the last decade
has been the seductively simple, yet flavor bursting
pressed sandwiches known as panini. Traditionally
found in cafes, bars and trattorias from Firenze to
Napoli, Venezia to Turino, the popularity of the Italian panini has surged across Europe and recently
to North American shores.
Panini is simply the Italian name for sandwich*,however
it is almost always used in reference to sandwiches that are placed in a two-sided cooking press that compresses and grills the sandwich until hot and toasted.
Unlike an American style sandwich cooker or pie iron, a Panini Press is not designed to crimp the bread of the
sandwich. Rather, the goal is to uniformly compress the sandwich as it toasts without the ingredients or
bread being trimmed by the edge of the cooker. The end result of cooking in a Panini Press is a sandwich
with a surprising depth of flavor and layered composition.
Using expressive and fresh ingredients are key to the traditional panini sandwich. This starts with quality
artisan bread such as ciabatta rolls, foccacia or baguette
- sliced open and filled with your choice of vegetables, cheese or meats. Once the sandwich is composed, lightly oil the outside of the bread, place in the Panini Press,
close the latch and place over medium heat (stovetop, campfire or barbeque grills - charcoal or gas.) After
about 4 minutes, flip the Panini Press and continue
cooking for another 4 minutes or until the sandwich is
hot and toasted. Cooking time varies with the bread and ingredients used so just use this as a guideline and after you've made a few panini you'll develop a feeling for the cooking time.
|Brand||Rome Cast Iron|
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