Corned Beef Casserole

"For fans of corned beef and sauerkraut, this makes for some good eating."
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  • Combine the sour cream, sauerkraut, onion (if using) and garlic.
  • Spread mixture onto bottom of 9x13-inch pan.
  • Scatter corned beef evenly over mixture.
  • Spread cheese on top of corned beef.
  • Put bread on top of the Swiss cheese.
  • Pour butter on top of bread.
  • Bake at 350°F for 1/2 hour.

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  1. sawdst08
    This was a great recipe. it was eating a reuben sandwich. I'll use this recipe a lot and it so easy to fix
  2. rothiii
    Oh My Word! Bro, you nailed it!! I threw some Thousand on top before serving, and it was as if I was eating a Reuben! Like other reviews state, it does make a lot. Don't worry. Left-overs won't last long. Genius, bro! Pure genius! Oh, one thing to those who make this: be sure to drain your sauerkraut well.
  3. Kelly T.
    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!
  4. Andrea in NH
    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 recipe #100355 to top things off. I've already told 2 friends about it. It's the new anniversary dinner.
  5. LilPup
    I made this for dinner last night for hubs and me. We both thought it was really great. Good flavor and just downright tasty. I halved the recipe for just the two of us and didn't use quite as much cheese. He commented again this morning on how tasty the dinner was. A defiinte repeat!


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