Step 4: Throw the nicely hot mixture on a fresh Panini Bianca
Step 3: Throw in as much honey-roasted Jalapeños as you can handle
Step 2: Chop up a few ounces of hot Genoa Salami and mix it up with the grated cheese.
Step 1: Grate a whole bunch of Jalapeño Havarti. And when I say a whole bunch, I mean it.
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve done an epic version of anything, so I broke down today and decided to go for it. I had a bunch of great ideas for the Southern Hospitality in terms of epicness, but it ran out before I got a chance to play around. Well, I didn’t let that happen with The Hotstepper. What follows is a step by step account of some amazing epicness.
For those that love a little heat, here comes The Hotstepper! Just the right amount of burn, with some great flavour. Jalapeño Havarti, Genoa Salami and Honey Roasted Jalapeños on Panini Bianca
Here Comes The Hotstepper
Today we finally get our new special after some drawn out decision making, but I think it’s worth the wait, particularly for those of you that like a bit of heat. This one brings us back to something more along the lines of a traditional grilled cheese, after the fun and funkiness of Southern Hospitality. For this one we are using our Jalapeño Havarti, a nice and spicy Genoa Salami and some in-house honey roasted Jalapeños on Panini Bianca. While it won’t blow your face off, it has a good amount of heat, and a lot of flavour. We might progress this one a bit further, because I really want to experiment a bit with the Jalapeños, (maybe adding some fruit in with the roasting) so don’t be surprised if this one gets slightly different as we go.