Sunday, July 19, 2015

Spinach Pesto and Ham Sammy

I love a good sandwich and the one we got for you today is a beauty.  Not only that, but it was easy to make and that always helps when your busy or if you're like me and have little to no cooking skills.

I'm a big fan of hot sandwiches and especially when there are an abundance of flavors like this monster has to offer.  And if you think you need something fancy to cook these toasty sandwiches, you're wrong.  All you need is a George Foreman or a panini maker, and who doesn't have one of those?

The rest is easy as pie, so give this sensational sandwich a try!

    Rye Bread
    Mozzarella Cheese
    Spinach (Frozen)

4-steps to tummy time =

1) Mix the pesto and spinach together.  I used frozen spinach because it's already reduced down and easy to mix.  If you have fresh spinach, no problem; just saut√© it and chop it up a little so it's not chunky or thick.

2) Cut slices of ham and slab those suckers on the rye bread.

3) Slather on the pesto/spinach mixture and top with the fresh mozzarella.

4) Put the sandwich together and put in a panini maker or George Foreman.  Press from about 2-minutes or until some char is on the bread. Take out, slice in half, and enjoy the gooey and savory sandwich.

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