Tag: Sauerkraut

Stuffed Chicken Breasts Reuben Style

Stuffed Chicken Breasts Reuben Style

Stuffed Chicken Breasts Reuben Style Here’s a recipe for all of you Reuben Sandwich Lovers out there. Stuffed Chicken Beasts Reuben Style are stuffed with the same ingredients that are used to make a Reuben sandwich. Corned beef, Swiss cheese, and sauerkraut. The stuffed chicken 

Sauerkraut Casserole

Sauerkraut Casserole

Sauerkraut Casserole I found this fantastic recipe on Cook Eat Share. A great place to find all kinds of delicious recipes. From regional to international recipes, Cook Eat Share is the place to find recipes. The name sauerkraut casserole my throw you off a bit but 

Reuben Braid

Reuben Braid

Reuben Braid

If you love Reuben sandwiches, you will surely love this ‘Reuben Braid.’ Made with frozen bread dough, Swiss cheese slices, pastrami or corned beef, sauerkraut and of course the star of the sandwich, at least in our opinion, the thousand island dressing. A Reuben just isn’t a Reuben without thousand island dressing. Make your own dressing or use your favorite bottled variety. Aggie made homemade thousand island dressing all the time, her simple recipe follows.

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Reuben Love

I love a good Reuben sandwich. I love everything about them. The sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, thousand island dressing, corned beef and the dark pumpernickel rye bread….But…(there’s always a But isn’t there)….the hubby doesn’t like dark rye bread or caraway seeds and it’s a ‘no go’ on the corned beef. What’s a girl to do…when I told my hubby we were having Reuben’s for dinner last night, I got ‘that look’. Ladies, you know what ‘look’ I’m talking about. It’s the same ‘look’ I often see on my grandsons face when he doesn’t like what we’re having for dinner. 😧

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Great for St. Patty’s Day

When I explained to my hubby that I was going to make the sandwiches with thawed, white bread dough and I would be using beef pastrami instead of corned beef, he seemed a little more interested. A Reuben Braid would be the perfect sandwich to celebrate St. Patty’s Day. Served with a bottle of Guinness and a side dish of colcannon, you’ll be dancing the Irish Jig in no time~