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Turkey and Avocado Panini

Rated as 4.9 out of 5 Stars

"Pressed between warm slices of bread and dressed with honey Dijon, this combination of oven-roasted deli turkey, creamy ripe avocado, crumbled goat cheese and baby spinach melts together for delicious flavor and texture that will leave you happily satisfied. Enjoy a fancy little panini that takes no time at all!"
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20 m servings 469
Original recipe yields 2 servings


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  1. Spread one side of sandwiches with honey Dijon dressing, and top with baby spinach leaves. Next, layer turkey breast and red onion over the spinach.
  2. On the other half of the sandwich, place the avocado slices. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Sprinkle goat cheese over avocado slices. Close sandwiches.
  3. Preheat a panini press according to manufacturer's directions. Spray panini press with cooking spray. Place sandwiches into the press and close. Cook until the bread is toasted and crisp, with golden brown grill marks and the cheese begins to melt, 5 to 8 minutes.


  • You can use any kind of bread for panini, but the most popular is ciabatta. The bread should be sliced thin enough that the sandwich can be grilled and cooked nicely on the outside, with the inside fillings warmed and melded together.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 469 calories; 23.8 45.5 22.1 37 1250 Full nutrition

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One of our favorite Panini recipes! Quick and easy to make for a lunch that looks like it was slaved over.

tastes great! the goat cheese adds a little extra zing to it! mmmmm thanks for the recipe! :)

Yummy!! Used a pretzel ciabatta and feta instead of goat cheese.

This was pretty good. Very light sandwich. Perfect for the summer. Only reason I wont go 5 stars is the ingredient list. I probably wont make this again because the items necessary arent somethi...

Everyone loved this panini! We used a Tuscan bread which was delicious. The goat cheese along with the red onion gave it some tartness that blended well with the other ingredients! We will de...

My first panini - should have discovered these long ago. Oh so easy, and delicious!

We ate every scrap!!! Very good taste combination and the Dijon dressing really makes it good. I don’t have a panini maker so put the ingredients between two sprouted tortillas making it more li...