Yesterday I shared my friend Natalee’s apple ham panini with you. Now it’s time to talk about the second panini flavor she shared with me, which was equally delicious.
Enter the spinach mushroom panini with feta. This is a nice vegetarian option that is full of flavor. There’s a little prep work involved, but it’s still easy, I promise! And the flavors are all just so yummy together. Mmmmmm. Natalee made these paninis for our friend Ana, who is a total foodie. Ana said it was the best panini she ever had. Now that I’ve set your expectations really high…whoops…here is the recipe!
Spinach Mushroom Panini with Feta
From my friend Natalee
- around 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- Sliced mushrooms (8 or 10 ounce package)
- Small bag of spinach (6-10 ounces or so)
- Crumbled feta cheese
- Salt and Pepper
- Sliced bread of your choice
Sautee the mushrooms in olive oil in a large sautee pan, until moisture is released and mushrooms are cooked through. Add spinach, tearing up the leaves a bit as you add them to the pan (if you feel like you need another swig of olive oil added to the pan, go ahead and add it). Cook until spinach has wilted, then add feta to taste – we found adding a lot of feta was better. Sprinkle evenly with salt and pepper, to taste, and stir.
Use mushroom mixture as filling for the panini and cook paninis as you normally do, in a press or with two frying pans.