Recipe by Bob Evans®
"The classic flavors of a Reuben sandwich -- corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese -- baked in a casserole."
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1 (24 ounce) package
Bob Evans® Mashed Potatoes
thickly sliced corned beef cut into 1/2 inch pieces (available at grocery deli)
1 (14 ounce) can
spicy brown mustard
shredded Swiss cheese, divided
I see that at least one reviewer couldn't find Bob Evans brand mashed potatoes so tried to substitute dry potato flakes. The Bob Evans potatoes are already prepared, all you have to do is heat them up, so of course the recipe won't turn out if you just use potato flakes. You could either substitute 24 ounces of homemade mashed potatoes, or 24 ounces of another brand of pre-made mashed potatoes (I know Country Crock sells them in a little tub where the rest of the refrigerated foods are). Or you could try to cook up 24 ounces of potato flakes (so that the flakes plus milk, water and butter equal 24 ounces- not just 24 ounces of flakes, that would be way too much), then proceed with this recipe by adding the small amount of milk, egg and other ingredients. I hope this helps someone.
Sorry, my family did not think this was that great. I followed the recipe exact other than adding 1 lb. of corned beef cut up and it still was not that great. We prefer the traditional Reuben sandwiches. Good idea for a quick meal just not that great tasting.
This recipe was not only yummy--I won a trophy for it! "Best Classic Hotdish". I followed the advice of other cooks and doubled the meat. Also--try adding rye bread croutons on the top, and serve with a side of Russian dressing!
I also did not have the required mash potatoes on hand, but i did use the potatoe o'brien (the pre diced ones.) i left the eggs out(dont like eggs and left the milk out)pretty much did everything else the same. I layered potatoes on bottom i mixed up a dijon mustard spread that next and then a layer of cheese a layer of cut up reuben, layer of kraut and started over again layering. Then finished with cheese. Baked as directed and oh my god, it was delish, i plan on making it this way again. yummy!
Really tasty. I loved it just the way it was. However, my husband would've preferred a little more corned beef. It was delicious!
This recipe was very easy to make and tasted great as well. I actually like the mashed potato in this one as opposed to the bread in some of the other ones. The only thing I did was add a little extra corn beef, otherwise I made it exactly the way it says and it turned out FANTASTIC. Thanks for the recipe.
It was a good basic recipe. It was hard to find the potatoes so I used hash browns.
This recipe was great, we loved it! I might use a little more meat next time :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Quick Reuben Casserole
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 202
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