I made this for supper tonight and ate it with Simple Steamed Cabbage, Simply Good. I forgot to use the caraway seeds which I don't really care for anyways. I can't really say it tasted like a Reuben but it was good. I used Graybert's "Thousand Island Dressing". I have enough left over for lunch tomorrow which I will put the cabbage on the bottom of my sub roll, than a layer of Reuben Meatballs, a layer of regular sauerkraut and some Thousand Island dressing. Thanks for posting.
These DO taste like reubens! We really enjoyed them! I did sub provolone for the swiss because it's what I had on hand, and I used Miller's Smoky Thousand Island Dressing for the thousand island dressing! I discovered that I don't really like caraway seeds, so I would cut back or drop them from the recipe if I made these for myself, but otherwise I really enjoyed this and DH loved the caraway seeds. We served them on hoagie buns topped with extra sauerkraut and thousand island! Thanks!