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Posts Tagged ‘panini press’

Panini Pressed Eggs And Cheese Tortilla Wrap

Posted by terrepruitt on July 15, 2020

I saw this really easy idea for breakfast (well they called it a snack) in a Cookist video on Facebook. As usual. it looked so easy, I didn’t even look at it a second time when I went to do it. Hmmmmm . . . can you see where this is going already? Yeah, I should have watched it before I did it because it had some key things in there that I am going to say make a big difference. But, if I ever try this again, I know to cook it longer. When I made this for my hubby I needed to put in a pan and cook it more because apparently he does not like his eggs yokes that runny. I don’t eat any type of egg except scrambled so I don’t usually cook his eggs. Anyway, if you try this follow the way they do it in the video.

The only way to see the video is through FB.

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two flour tortillas – burrito sized
1 Cup of shredded cheese
two eggs
salt pepper
2 slices of lunch meat

optional things:
salsa, avocado, sour cream, hot sauce, more cheese, onions

Place the tortillas on the cold grill so they cover the whole grill with one side of one tortilla over lapping the other, put the cheese across the tortillas. Crack each egg into its own separate pinch bowl. Then carefully slide each egg on top of the cheese.   Sprinkle egg with salt and pepper.  Places the lunch meat on top of the eggs, sprinkle more cheese. Fold the edges of the tortillas to form a wrap. Close the press. Then turn it on to cook. My press has a medium setting so I used that. Cook the wrap until the tortilla is golden brown, making sure to cook it as long as you would like your egg to cook.

You can serve it with any optional topping you would like.

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The first mistake I made was I was using smaller tortillas. The second mistake I made was I cracked the eggs directly onto the tortillas/cheese. Sliding them from their own bowl allows you to place them more precisely so they don’t start to run off the tortilla. Another mistake (I have to stop counting because I made so many) was I turned the grill on while I was doing the assembling so the tortillas were cooking the whole time and I was concerned about browning it too much and did not let it cook enough. Also, with the grill on it made the tortilla too hot to handle and fold correctly.  But if you do not do ANY of the THINGS I just mentioned as mistakes, you can do it.  I thought this was really cool.  And my husband enjoyed it once I cooked the eggs a tad bit more.

What do you think? 

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Small Appliances To The Rescue

Posted by terrepruitt on June 29, 2020

You may know from previous posts here that my oven is out of commission. My husband did all he could . . . the normal things like replacing the elements. He even purchased a thermostat, but the oven has to come out for that. The repairman determined it was the circuit board, something that the company no longer makes so we couldn’t order a new one. But my husband found a company that repairs them so our oven part is off at the electronic hospital :-). The company wanted a whole portion of the unit, but my husband knew that shipping that portion would be more risky for damage so he just sent the actual part that needs fixing. And in doing that he was able to put the stove controls back on. My oven is a stove and oven combination, if he would have shipped the whole thing they wanted I wouldn’t have had a stove. It is nice to have both a stove and an oven, but when you don’t have one, you kinda need the other. But when we were going through the process of elimination as to the issue with the oven, at one point I didn’t have a working stove (in addition to a non-working oven). So, I pulled out some of my other appliances. When we had our kitchen re-done years ago I was without a kitchen for four months. Yes, four months. So I was able to use other things like an electric skillet and an electric grill/panini press.

I don’t use them that often so this was a great opportunity. The electric skillet is amazing with how fast it heats up. I am assuming that if I cooked on it more frequently I would be better at knowing what heat to use, but now when I use it I turn the heat up and down . But it is not like a pan on the stove, it heats up very fast! Something I have to remember when I use it.

It’s lid can also serve as a baking dish, which is kinda cool, but at the same time it makes it somewhat challenging to take the lid off when cooking because it doesn’t have a handle on top.

Also I was reminded I love paninis. I love the grilled bread. It is nicer than just a pan toasted sandwich. The panini I cooked on it recently, I have to say . . . it was perfect. It was delicious. My appliance has changeable plates. I can use the griddle type of flat plate or the grill kind that makes the fancy lines on the food. It can open all the way up and form two griddles or close it like a press.

I am still without an oven for a bit . . . . until the part comes back . . . and hopefully it will work. (Or you will be seeing me post about getting a new oven . . . and possibly a little tiny kitchen work done.) But in the meantime I am looking for “how tos” for my electric skillet.

Do you have a panini press/grill? Do you have an electric skillet? What do you use them for? Do you have any “How tos”/recipes for an electric skillet?

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