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  • Serves: 5


    • 5 panini rolls

    • 50g Président Unsalted Butter Block

    • 5 tbsp american mustard

    • 10 slices ham, thinly sliced

    • 200g Président Emmental Slices

    • 50g red jalapenos, roughly chopped

    • 150g dill pickles, thinly sliced

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  • Method

    • 1 Cut the panini rolls in half, and spread with butter and mustard.

    • 2 Top with the remaining ingredients, and cook in a hot panini grill until golden and the Emmental is melted.

    • 3 Cut in half and serve immediately.

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