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Warm Reuben Spread

Warm Reuben Spread recipe
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Melty cream cheese, Thousand Island dressing, corned beef, sauerkraut and Swiss cheese combine for all the flavor of the New York deli classic—reimagined as a warm dip.
15 min
35 min
2-1/2 cups spread or 20 servings, 2 Tbsp. spread and 6 crackers each
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Delicious and novel appetizer! Microwaving worked well. I doubled the recipe and only heated the amount I served so my leftovers had never been cooked. I put a half slice of Swiss on a chicken breast, spooned about 1/4 c. spread over cheese, placed toothpick to hold chicken, rolled it in seasoned Panko bread crumb, added 1/2 cup zinfandel and 1/4 water to the bottom of a baking pan (sprayed with non-fat cooking spray) and baked at 375 for 40 minutes.
I made this tonight but had to use canned corn beef because its all the store had. It was good but not great. I'll try it again sometime with leftover corned beef. The flavor of the sauerkraut and thousand island wasnt as strong as I would have liked such as in a reuben sandwich .
I thought this was delicious. Something different and if you like Reubens you will like this
Made this delicious appetizer for Christmas. Everyone loved it and asked for the recipe. Definitely will make this again.
I had this at a Christmas Eve party. WOW!! It was wonderful! We spread it on little party rye bread squares. It was jsut like eating a little reuben sandwich! I can't wait to make this myself!
I made this last year for Christmas in a bread bowl and let me just say it is now required for my family every year. No one could stop talking about it and it was the first thing to be eaten all gone! LOVE THIS!!!
Took this to a holiday potluck and everyone liked it. Bought rye bread, toasted it then cut it into squares which worked well. Two things I did that I won't do again. I made my own 1000 island and I though the sweet pickle relish was too pronounced so next time I'll buy the bottled dressing. 2nd I used light Swiss cheese but it doesn't melt well.
After reading the reviews I tried this out on my wife and her friends at a candle party. They wolfed it down in minutes and everyone asked for the "my" recipe! I am making it again for a Christmas party tonight.
Loved it! Made it twice and will make again. Delicious
Does anyone else think this would be great in a hollowed out rye bread loaf instead of with crackers!!
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