We used roast beef and dipped into 1000 Island on the side. Otherwise, this was fantastic. I drained the daylights out of the kraut, and had no sogginess. We liked the tanginess of the kraut, and texture, the extra crunch. Hubby had it with gherkins and hot potato chips. He's no fan of Swiss cheese either, but loved it. We both give it 5 stars. One note: I fried these in a skillet, like for grilled cheese sandwiches, and no way did they need 15 min each side. I had a gas stove burner on medium, laid in the buttered side down, built the sandwiches while they were cooking, then turned after about 7-8 minutes. Use an XL spatula, and feel under for crispiness... but be careful of burning your fingers in the pan. Again, LOVED this sandwich.
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We used roast beef and dipped into 1000 Island on the side. Otherwise, this was fantastic. I...