believe it or not, this made one DELICIOUS breakfast this morning! I nixed the sour cream/caraway seeds, as I was lacking, but the crunch on this sandwich was SO GOOD! I went to put potato chips on, as well (as I do, all of my sandwiches), but after the first bite .. I forgot all about them ! I did use wheat bread, but that made no difference in the tastiness, here! thank you!
This sandwich was great! A half of this was all I could manage to eat.....especially since I was having soup, too! Really.....this is definitely worth making more than once! or twice! or thrice.......getting the drift here! Thnx for posting, Debber. Made for the Voracious Vagabonds for ZWT6.
It's a good sandwiche. A bit different than what I'm used to. I used light mayonnaise, fat free sour cream. I liked the taste of caraway seed. And the sauerkraut added to it was great. The bread I used was hard to turn golden. But it was really crunchy. I think another time I may omit the sour cream. I used gruyere swiss cheese. Thanks Debber :) Made for the Zwizzle Chicks of ZWT
The slaw was really nice. I made the mistake of not using a good bread (I think pumpernickel would be terrific) and succumbed to the temptation to PRESS the sandwich like a panini. Okay, those were mistakes. Prepare this as written, or else! Made for ZWT 6.
I made the apple variation of this sandwich for our lunch today and we all enjoyed it. Thanks.
I made one Crunchy Bites version of this sandwich with diced ham from a cooked ham steak ~ the sunflower kernels gave it a nice crunch! I meant to also add sliced apple, but forgot until I had it in the oven. This was a nice change from a plain old ham and Swiss sandwich and I'll make it again! Made for Andi's MAY 2010 FARM COOKING in the Photo Forum ~
I like this better than the traditioal Rueban
These sandwiches were scrumptious! The "special sauce" was really enhanced by the sour cream, and balanced the sauerkraut nicely. I made this exactly as posted (with no variations) and will be making them this way again. Thanks for posting this keeper, my fellow Gnome!