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How to Make a Reuben

The combination of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and tangy dressing on rye bread is a deli and diner classic. In this video, you’ll learn how to assemble and grill in your own kitchen a deli-worthy toasted Reuben sandwich, one that combines exciting flavors of sweet, savory, and sour!

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  • gass

hello will you please write down for me the ingredients of the Reuben and send it to my email address, sounds delicious and I would like to try it.thank you in advance.

  • Dehietyi

@Gass it's easy. Pick up some corned beef from a deli; I like mine cut thin almost shaved. Some Swiss cheese; again thin cut. Some Rye bread; I like to use a pumpernickel/rye blend. Sauerkraut in a JAR not a can; the canned stuff is horrible. A classic Reuben calls for Russian dressing. If you cannot find it 1000 island dressing will work equally as well. Get a saute pan add a little butter and corned beef with some Sauerkraut. When it's heated through move to the side of the pan and add a little more butter and 2 slices of the rye bread. Put the Swiss cheese on the rye and wait till it melts. Add the corned beef/Sauerkraut mixture to one slice of bread and put dressing over it then add the other slice. Plate and enjoy!

  • FulghumInk

Just finished making a reuben according to this video. Very, very good!!! It is a hit in our family. I agree wholeheartedly with Dehietyi: Sauerkraut from a jar is much better... I made one change: I put the butter in the cast iron skillet, let it melt, and then "granny toasted" the sandwich on both sides with butter.