Breville Panini Press

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Nothing sounds more mouth watering than heating up a nice grilled panini, but often we are too lazy to leave the house to pick one up. Thankfully the folks at Breville have introduced this amazing  Panini Press.

The team at Breville is known for their panini presses, and their latest model features a 25 percent larger cooking surface, meaning you can grill up to four sandwiches in one cooking session. Perfect if you are cooking for friends, or if you just have a large appetite. The adjustable top plate allows you to pack the sandwich full of meat, and the nonstick cast aluminum plates ensure that you will have perfect brown stripes across your sandwich. Although it’s designed for paninis, you can use this bad boy for cooking up anything you’d like. Check out the video below, but be warned, it will make you hungry.

Purchase your very own today from Williams-Sonoma or Amazon.

Breville Panini Press

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