By Alice Hart
If you can spare 15 minutes, delicious melty panini can be yours for breakfast instead of a sad bowl of bran flakes. Wrap them in paper to keep warm for 10 minutes – this will give you just enough time to run for the bus before you tuck in.
Split each ciabatta in half horizontally. If the rolls are very thick, slice them into three pieces and save the middle section for breadcrumbs, leaving you with thin top and bottom pieces.
Place a non-stick frying pan over a high heat until smoking hot. Add the tomato to the pan, making sure the end pieces are cut side down. Leave undisturbed for a minute before reducing the heat to me