Grilled Cheese & Honey Panini Recipe

by on April 20, 2008

Grilled Raclette Cheese & Honey Panini

I guess it shouldn’t have come as a surprise to me – a cheese that melts wonderfully for fondue, like Swiss raclette, would be an excellent candidate for delicious grilled cheese panini. Based on an idea submitted by Tiffany of Geneva, Switzerland (by way of Washington, DC) as part of the ongoing On Your Grill series, this sandwich pairs smooth and creamy raclette with a touch of honey on crispy buttered French bread to create and sweet and savory combination you’ll want to devour in minutes. Guess we’ll have to find something else to do with those individually-wrapped yellow slices! 

1 serving


Raclette cheese *
Butter, melted
2 slices French bread


Preheat panini grill to medium-high heat (375 degrees).

Brush melted butter onto outer sides of each slice of bread. Spread a thin layer of honey on the inside of one slice of bread. Top with slices of raclette (enough to cover bread, about 1/8″ thick). Place the other slice of bread on top, buttered side up.

Grill sandwich for 3 minutes until cheese is melted and golden grill marks appear. Serve immediately and enjoy!

* You can often find raclette in the specialty cheese section of your grocery store

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 dobetter April 21, 2008 at 9:35 pm

This one I have to try!


2 michelle @ TNS April 25, 2008 at 5:01 pm

grilled cheese: the best of all possible sandwiches,


3 bobby June 16, 2008 at 9:38 am

This is something I have to try to know if I would enjoy it… sounds interesting though.


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