Turn the classic Reuben sandwich into a Cheesy Reuben Dip!
Nothing says St. Patrick’s Day like a delicious Reuben sandwich! We went out to dinner last Friday night to an Irish pub that has the best Reuben sandwiches. I didn’t order one but I should have because I’ve been craving one ever since.
Well, now that it’s St. Patrick’s Day and we’re headed to a neighbor’s house for a St. Patrick’s Day party, I decided to turn the famous Reuben sandwich into a delicious appetizer that everyone can enjoy.
So today, I introduce you to the Cheesy Reuben Dip. Everything found in a Reuben sandwich can be found in this amazing dip recipe – swiss cheese, corned beef, thousand island dressing, and sauerkraut served with toasted rye bread. Doesn’t it just sound delicious?!
My favorite part of the classic Reuben is the rye bread but feel free to serve with crackers.
Besides tasting just like the sandwich, this recipe is awesome because it can be baked in the over or thrown in the slow cooker. Nothing has to be cooked ahead of time so this is a dump and bake recipe – my favorite kind of recipe. Just dump into a baking dish or slow cooker, mix it up, and walk away.
You all know this is my kind of cooking.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! And, feel free to make this Cheesy Reuben Dip all year long.