"Chopped spinach with shredded chicken and cheese in a creamy sauce makes a delicious panini filling on crusty bread spread with additional cream sauce." — PHILADELPHIA Cooking Creme
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1 (270 g) tub
PHILADELPHIA Original Cooking Creme, divided
tightly packed chopped fresh baby spinach leaves
10 (1/2 inch thick) slices
Calabrese bread (crusty Italian bread)
shredded cooked chicken
Kraft 4 Cheese Italiano Shredded Cheese
Pretty good, was hopping for something a little more flavory but for how easy it was to make this was awesome.
We liked this sandwich but because spinach by its nature is so bland, I sauteed sliced garlic in the oil before I wilted the spinach in it and I used a couple of slices of provolone cheese instead of the cream cheese. Also, don't be afraid to salt the spinach because it needs it.
Quick meal idea! Used regular brick cream cheese, about 3/4. Added 2x the spinach because it cooks down. Buttered the bread and toasted in frying pan. Delicious! Great leftovers though the mixture does solidfy, making it harder to spread. Will add more salt to taste next time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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