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These are sooooo good! I pressed the dough all around the filling so mine were more like bundles than crescents; however that didn't take anything away from the fantastic taste. Will definitely make these again.
Fantastic! All I would add is extra sauce on the side for dipping.
Excellent! They turned out to be very pretty appetizers for a party! Forgot to buy thousand island, so just used mustard mixed with a little mayo (50/50). Great taste and presentation!
I saw the recipe during PAC and knew I had to try them. We loved this easy recipe! I drained the sauerkraut in a colander & then squeezed dry. They do have a rueben flavor. I served these with german potato salad and pickles. For an entree I think 2 per person is reasonable as a serving. These could also be cut to serve as appetizers and would make terrific football game food. Thank you for sharing the recipe!
I don't know if I was suppose to or not but I preheated my oven to 375. Made them exactly as written otherwise and they were great. Will definitely make these again.
*Made for PAC Fall 2007* These were delicious! The flavors are classic Reuben meets buttery, flaky pastry. My Grandma age 87 was over this afternoon and had never had anything like this. She loved them! Thanks so much for sharing, I will make these again :) Nick's Mom
Oh Boy! These are good! I made them with turkey pastrami, as I had that on hand. I brushed the rolls with some of the thousand island before baking. My only suggestion would be to make sure that after you roll them, press down around the edges otherwise the cheese leaks out. This is going into my "Make Again" cookbook!