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Mav's Reuben

 Recipe inspired by subscriber, Aiden!


  • Rye bread, two slices
  • Corned beef (prepackaged or homemade) - approx. three ounces
  • Swiss cheese, two slices
  • Sauerkraut (pickled cabbage) - any jarred brand you like! - approx. three tablespoons
  • Butter or olive oil
  • Thousand Island Dressing : bottled or mixed together. (Equal parts mayo, ketchup, and relish)

“Breaking out the cast iron, because I don’t want to mess this sandwich up.”

If you have one, great!  If not, a non-stick pan will do just fine.


1. Toast two slices of rye bread in a hot cast iron skillet, with olive oil or butter.  
2. Pile slices of corned beef and sauerkraut onto one slice of bread, and add slices of swiss cheese! (Trick to melt the cheese?  Add a lid!)
3. Toast it golden brown. (Less than I did)  
4. Spoon dressing into the sandwich once cooked.  
5. “Cut it diagonally - it just feels better.”  


“My dad was a Reuben guy - that sandwich is so good.  Reubens are weird, they have everything on them is kind of sour - everything together, it all compliments itself.  I’m telling you, if you like a Reuben sandwich, you’ll probably like a sauerkraut and sausage pizza.  It’s a solid 8 and a half!” - Mav


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    Hope you try this out!

    John Creel

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