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Grilled Reuben Sandwiches

Grilled Reuben Sandwiches recipe
photo by:kraft
These Reuben sandwiches are layered with corned beef, sauerkraut and Swiss, dressed with Thousand Island and skillet-cooked until golden brown.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
11/5/2006
What a fast & delicious recipe!
posted:
9/13/2006
This is the best recipe I ever made of a reuben
posted:
7/9/2006
Fabulous!!!
posted:
5/30/2006
I will be making this Reuben sanwich again and again. Loved it !
posted:
5/14/2006
It was so good! I will make these again!
posted:
3/15/2006
I made this delicious recipe using tortillas, rolled up everything, actually making a "wrap". Wow, was it good. Be sure to drain the sauerkraut very well. Guests loved it!!
posted:
3/15/2006
Very good !I add parm.cheese on the outer part of the bread. WE ENJOY ALL IT YEAR LONG!!
posted:
3/1/2006
My husband if a vegetarian, so instead of the corned beef, I used one of his garden burgers. He loved it. I'm always looking for recipes where I can substitute the meat, this was great. Thanks!
posted:
2/28/2006
If you love them, this is a great one! I added more beef and it was great! The kids even loved them (minus sourkraut)
posted:
2/28/2006
New "cook" here. This was fast, easy, & tasty! I can now make something my wife likes w/o complaints that I've really messed up the kitchen! Want to know - anyone tried this w/pastrami? IE: are there "Pastrami Reubens'? I've looked all over for the *technical* difference between corned beef & pastrami w/o success. Anyone have an answer? <<< From Margaret, Kraft Kitchens Expert ~ Both corned beef and pastrami come from the brisket or round cut of meat. Corned beef is cured in a seasoned brine, a solution of salt and water used for pickling. The surface of pastrami meat is rubbed with a paste that might include garlic, peppercorns, cinnamon, cloves, and coriander. Corned beef is cooked in seasoned simmering water and pastrami is dry cured, smoked and cooked. >>>
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