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Reuben Bake

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We tried a new recipe for the Ladies Luncheon today.

Bottom layer sauerkraut, then corned beef, squirt on Thousand Island Dressing, Swiss Cheese and last Cube buttered Rye bread.

Bake at 350* about 30 minutes checking to not burn the bread....cover with foil loosely if necessary after it is brown.

The ladies loved it and much easier than grilling sandwiches.

 

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My DH will love this, thanks!

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Mmmm... sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing this, Sue!

Edited by RoseRed135

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Happy Saint Pat to all who celebrate- I made this casserole for dinner last night and they loved it- DH asked I make a small one, enough for his lunch next week- Definite hit- Thanks again!

 

edit: I did tuck a bit of smoked gouda into cheese layer ..

Edited by Komorebi
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I tried a similar recipe  for Reuen Sliders--and they are amazing!  You use King's Hawaiian rolls (split) and line a jelly roll pan (cookie sheet with edges) completely.  Then you put on the corn beef, sauerkraut, thousand island and a piece of swiss if you want.  Put the tops on all the rolls and cover the whole sheet with foil. 

Bake them at 350 for about 20-30 minutes.

Yum!!

 

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