Yum! My husband decided this should not only be made for St. Patty's day! You can cut back on butter and cheese if you want it with a few less calories- no one will be able to tell the difference!
My anniversary is on St. Pat's day and I had a corned beef round to use up. This recipe caught my eye, This is TDF. It worked out fine as one person was not able to eat a sandwich. I used Thousand Island Dressing to top things off. I've already told 2 friends about it. It's the new anniversary dinner.
This was a great recipe. it was eating a reuben sandwich. I'll use this recipe a lot and it so easy to fix
OK, aside from the fact that I gained ten pounds eating this, and it will probably contribute mightily towards an impending coronary, it was fantastic. But hey, it's St. Pat's day and I had to get my corned beef fix. I did use the onion, and I also used Thousand Island dressing (in small amounts) to top it. My kids unfortunately decided they definitely do not like corned beef however. That's unfortunate because they will probably get it every St. Patrick's Day (at least) until they move out. It was a very easy recipe to put together and tasted fantastic. At least to the adult part of our household.
This was easy, quick and very tasty. I don't think the Thousand Island dressing is even needed but I did give it a try and if you like Thousand island dressing on your Ruben then go for it! Thanks for sharing!
Awesome! I loved this recipe! The only corned beef I found was a brisket and I made it the night before. I used a half of a small onion and increased the sauerkraut, sour cream and garlic, just because we tend to like our dishes more 'wet' than 'dry'. It was a huge hit. My parents were visiting and they suggested pouring a little Thousand Island dressing (upon serving) and it tasted just like a Reuben Sandwich! I will definitely make this dish again!
This is some goooood stuff! I halved the recipe, using leftover corned beef brisket......I still had plenty for 4-6 servings. I loved how the bread cubes got crispy and buttery. My bread was wheat, so I added caraway seeds to the topping and you'd swear it was rye bread. I did use the optional onion, and recommend using it. I agree with the poster that if you like sauerkraut and corned beef, you must try this! I will make this again, possibly for an upcoming potluck. Thanx!
I enjoyed this much more than my boys did. I cut it in half and still had some left over. This makes a large portion. Other than that I followed the exact directions. Great for using up leftover corned beef. Thanks
I really enjoyed this casserole. In an effort to use up the homemade corned beef we had leftover I made this with a few alterations. I used an extra 1 cup sauerkraut, a tad more sour cream, added a 1Tbs or so of worchestershire sauce, then onion and garlic (as called for). I followed with the corned beef and cheese layer then sprinkled the last bit of Thousand Island dressing I had left over the top. (I think if I had had more dressing I would have covered all with a thin layer.) For the top bread layer I used pumpernickel, which I buttered on one side then cut slices into 6-9 cubes and laid them butter side up over the cheese layer. Turned out great and tasted good! Thanks Rick this is a keeper.
This is pretty good, a little tangy, but a good way to use up leftover corned beef. I didn't have swiss cheese so used mozzarelli which tasted pretty good to us. I will keep this one in my recipe book.