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Gluten Free Panini Suggestions

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Does anyone have any good tasting bread suggestions for making panini sandwiches?

I recently purchased a panini grill and would love to make a "real" sandwich using a gluten free bread that doesn't taste and feel like a brick!

I tried the millet bread once where you had to keep it frozen, then try to toast it...disgusting! I would really like to be able to use the press since I have not had a sandwich in about a year.

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Does anyone have any good tasting bread suggestions for making panini sandwiches?

I recently purchased a panini grill and would love to make a "real" sandwich using a gluten free bread that doesn't taste and feel like a brick!

Here is a really good recipe that might work. It's made for wraps, but you could use two pieces for top and bottom.

Flat Bread for sandwich wraps

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I have had such good luck using Whole Foods gluten-free Bakehouse breads for paninis, kind of pricey for a loaf but they really hold up and make a good sandwich imo.

My gluten eating family loves them too.

There are a few things you have to do to prep:

The bread is kept in the frozen section so thaw it out completely.

Then I found if I put the slices in a pan in the oven for a few minutes once thawed, it warms the bread all the way through and plumps them up (otherwise if you grill them or put it in the panini press before this step just the outside of the bread is warm and the inside is room temp and a little on the dry side)

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We use Ener-G foods LIGHT Tapioca Bread to make Panini sandwiches. Even my gluten eating kids love them.

Really? I've only tried the Ener-g brown rice loaf and it was disgusting. Makes a nice stuffing, though, strangely enough....

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I use energy white bread and it actually makes that bread palatable!!! HAHAHAHAHA :D;)

Good luck!

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i've been craving a panini! might just have to make one myself :)

here's the recipe i am now hooked on, which i will use for my panini!

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...p;mode=threaded

let us know how it turns out!

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I actually think the kinnikinnicdk tapioca rice bread is pretty good for a froazen bread, though it's not much of a panini bread. just thought i'd share :-)

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I actually think the kinnikinnicdk tapioca rice bread is pretty good for a froazen bread, though it's not much of a panini bread. just thought i'd share :-)

I tried their hamburger buns and I liked them! They got a little gooey on the top but they had good flavor:)

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Really? I've only tried the Ener-g brown rice loaf and it was disgusting. Makes a nice stuffing, though, strangely enough....

Really! Ener-G Brown rice loaf is disgusting, but the Light Tapioca is really, actually GOOD for paninis.

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I actually think the kinnikinnicdk tapioca rice bread is pretty good for a froazen bread, though it's not much of a panini bread. just thought i'd share :-)

We always use Kinnikinnick tapioca rice bread and I have found that we can make anything with it. It isn't as good if it's not grilled or toasted, but it's the best bread we have found. I made my step son a tuna melt with it for his lunch the other day and he scarfed it right down. It's what I would use for panini's.

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Oh (duh) I have used the Kinnikinick pizza crusts before and just cut them down the middle too in a pinch!

I haven't tried the dark loaves of energy bread I am too scared!!! ;) lol

Does anyone know of a dairy free|soy free mozzarella??

thanks guys!

have fun

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