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Grilled Reuben Sandwiches

Grilled Reuben Sandwiches recipe
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These Reuben sandwiches are layered with corned beef, sauerkraut and Swiss, dressed with Thousand Island and skillet-cooked until golden brown.
10 min
10 min
4 servings
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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. >>>
I've been making these reuben sandwiches using the same exact ingredients for the last 30 years. My family and I love them.
I did not make this recipe, but the only way I can leave a comment is to rate it. I know that in a restaurant, a "pastrami reuben" is called a Rachel. I guess it is the feminine version of the Reuben, which is made with corned beef. I prefer pastrami, but yet it it is similar to corned beef in taste and texture to me. I am thinking it must be just two different cuts of the same meat?
Not a beef eater, but tried it with turkey. Very good.
Growing up in NJ there were any number of delis that offered this sandwich on the menu and it was a great favorite of mine. When I moved to the midwest it was difficult to find so I started making my own version. I hadn't made them in a while when I came across this recipe and was I ever thrilled. When I make these I put all the ingredients out on the bar..corned beef, kraut, cole slaw, slivered onions, swiss and dressing. Then we use our panini machine to cook them. My teenagers and their friends ask for them all the time. Thanks for the reminder, Kraft!
My mother used to love these so now we can make our own! They were delicious. I used marbel rye/pumpernickel bread instead to put a spin on the look. Fun to make something different in sandwich! Grilling them makes it even better because I prefer my sandwiches warm.
Its really hard to find a good Reuben where I live. This recipe is excellent. I have made it a few times and it gets better each time.
yummy!! even the kids ate was so easy and a pleasent change from the norm.
this sandwich taste just like what i am served in my favorite restraunt.
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