Ready in 20 minutes; part of Comfort Food collection
Try this Reuben Sandwich recipe, or contribute your own.
"This was so good. I baked mine in the oven and used another cookie sheet to flip them over and get both sides toasted. Im making again real soon!"
Lay out the bread slices and spread 1 side with butter. Turn and spread other side with Thousand Island Dressing. Lay meat on the dressing spread side of 4 of the slices, tucking in any overhang. Spread sauerkraut evenly atop the corned beef, then distribute the cheese over the sauerkraut. Top with remaining bread slices, butter side out, and press down tightly. Heat large nonstick skillet or griddle to medium heat.
Working in batches if necessary, fry sandwiches until golden, about 5 minutes, pressing down several times with spatula. Carefully turn and cook pressing down, until second side is golden and cheese has melted, 3-4 minutes.
Turn again, and cook 2-3 minutes more. Nutritional info per serving: 705 cal; 50g fat(64%), 36g carb
MorganP 6d 1h agoMade these for an easy weeknight dinner and they were fantastic! I heated up the corned beef in a skillet before putting it on the bread. Yummy! Will def be making these again!
MyDe51redUsername 10m ago
bonedi39 1y agoVery good. Would like more than annually.
trinityl1016 1y agoSorry, I made two recipes tonight and put review under the wrong one.
LaurieMac 2y agoYummy! Made on panini press, rather than frying pan, and used honey butter rather than regular butter. Scrumptious!
1horse4me 2y agoVery good! Made exactly how instructed and turned out very good! Paired this with the Ultimate Scalloped potatoes!
ParisJ 2y agoUsed pastrami instead of corned beef - these were very good.
berta44 3y agoGreat
Kmariemix 3y agoThis is now my go to Rueben! Yum!! My husband devoured them.
sarahbaker2 3y ago