This turned out to be really good. I did adjust ingredients to make it taste more like a reuben sandwich. Also, I carved out the middle of a large rye bread loaf and baked it inside that. THAT part was fabulous.
My daughter made this for Christmas Eve and everyone seemed to really like it. She added the sauerkraut in with the rest of the ingredients vs. putting on top and served with fritos and crackers.
This was excellent! I am a saurkraut fanatic and I can never pass up a reuben. The dip satisfied my craving for my favorite sandwich. I served it with rye crackers and cocktail rye bread.
It has become a tradition for me to make this for every family gathering. If there are any leftovers, my relatives beg for first dibs to take them home! I usually increase the pastrami to 1/2 lb. and almost always forget the sour cream, but it tastes great anyway. I prefer to serve this with triscuits, as they're firm enough to scoop up the dip.
This was delish! Wonderful with triscuit crackers. Next time will add more kraut as we love it.
Well, I LOVE Reubens, and I LOVE Kitt's recipes, so I this was a *Given* for me! I added the optionals and am delighted with just how delicious this dip is! I had toasted cocktail rye bread, and toasted rye bagel chips. This was a hit during Sunday afternoon football! Thank you Kitt! I know this will be requested often! Made for Think Pink Tag
Just great and reheats in the microwave with ease
To make this much more figure friendly and healthy. I used fat free cream cheese, lite sour cream, lite dressing, and turkey pastrami. My husband has high cholestrol and heart disease and this change in the recipe satisfied even those that didn't.
This was an OK dip. I felt it was too sweet---I think the dressing should be cut in half at least. I used Kraft Light 1000 Island.