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Cajun Turkey & Brie Panini

Cajun Turkey and Brie Panini I found one of the best kept secrets at my grocery store. I found me some cajun turkey, friends. Did I just sound southern there, or was that just in my head?

Pretty sure I could eat my whole body weight in this sweet blessed turkey. #holyamazingnessbatman

Have you guys tried this stuff before? It’s like crack….but waaaay better for you. When I went to the store the other day, it was hiding in the deli behind the salami with no tag. It was seriously incognito. ANYWAYS, I was pushy, got me a sample and then bought 2 pounds. No joke. So, once I got home, the only logical thing to do was make a panini.

Basically, throw everything in between two slices of bread, slather in butter and press! Easy peasy.

I took a few extra photos for guidance if you attempt to make this, but really, it’s crazy simple.

First start out with some panini-worthy materials:
Ingredients Turkey Panini  Oh and plug in your panini press to get it piping hot.
Panini 1  Build up your sandwich and coat the outside with buttuh. Lots of buttuh. I love buttuh.
Panini 2  Now, press that bad boy in one of these wonderful inventions! Loves it.
Panini 3  2 minutes later, you’ve got yourself a purdy lookin’ lunch!
Cajun Turkey and Brie Panini 2  See? My husband could make this that’s how easy it is! {No offense, honey! :)}
Cajun Turkey and Brie Panini 3
Hope you all have a great weekend! See you back here Monday for the start of my 12 days of Giveaways! BE EXCITED…

Cajun Turkey & Brie Panini
yield: 1 sandwich
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Ingredients:
2 slices French Bread (about 3/4 Inch Thick)
4 slices Cajun Turkey Lunch Meat
¼ cups Baby Spinach
4 slices Brie Cheese
2 Tablespoons Butter, Softened

Directions:
Preheat panini press.
Build sandwich with spinach in between turkey and cheese. Butter the outsides of the bread, 1 tablespoon each per side, and place on the panini press for 1-2 minutes or until cheese is melted and the bread is crispy.
Remove, slice in two and serve warm.

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16 Comments

  1. Oh my goodness!! This looks so delicious Lauren!

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  2. Great lunch or dinner idea!

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  3. I looooooove panini. And if you say it’s better for me than crack, I believe you. I’ll have to try it 😉

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  4. Ahhh that looks delicious! I recently got a panini press, so I will be using it a lot more often! If your deli sells Dietz and Watson meats, try the buffalo style chicken…it’s amazing!

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  5. Umm, I think I need a panini maker for Christmas. And just fyi – if you’re lovin’ that cajun turkey, see if you can find the buffalo chicken. It too, is all kinds of awesome.

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  6. Love me some panini! I’ve never heard of Cajun turkey. I’ll have to check next time I’m at the deli. I know they have a tex mex turkey, and lately I have been on a buffalo turkey kick with some pepperjack cheese. Yum. Cajun I’ll need to give a try next time I’m there.

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  7. This sounds fabulous! On Black Friday I made brie, cranberry sauce, and turkey quesadillas with the leftovers. I am in love with the turkey and brie flavor combo – utter deliciousness! 😀

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  8. Mmmm, I love me some panini. Warm hot cheesy lunches are the best ever!

    Also, now you’ve got me excited for these upcoming giveaways… 😉

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  9. Brie is one of my favorite things on this blessed Earth. Especially when it gets ooey gooey!

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