A traditional Reuben, but with mozzarella cheese--delicious!

ROI
cook:
5 mins
total:
5 mins
Servings:
1
Max Servings:
1
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Heat medium skillet over medium heat. Butter bread on one side. Place one slice of bread, buttered side down, in skillet. Layer corned beef, sauerkraut and mozzarella on bread. Top with remaining slice of bread. Cook, turning once, until bread is browned, sandwich is heated through and cheese is melted. Serve immediately.

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Nutrition Facts

489.25 calories; 23.04 g protein; 34.36 g carbohydrates; 28.79 g fat; 103.33 mg cholesterol; 1682.71 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

Anonymous
12/14/2002
This is one of the most delicious rueben sandwiches that my family has ever tasted! PUt the sandiwch under the broiler. It is even better. YUMMMMMY
(53)

Most helpful critical review

HARMONYRN
04/22/2003
Mozzarella cheese doesn't really have much flavor. I don't consider this a Reuben sandwich since it doesn't have Swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing. It has a nice little flavor in itself but true Reuben lovers will know something's missing.
(44)
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Anonymous
12/14/2002
This is one of the most delicious rueben sandwiches that my family has ever tasted! PUt the sandiwch under the broiler. It is even better. YUMMMMMY
(53)
HARMONYRN
04/22/2003
Mozzarella cheese doesn't really have much flavor. I don't consider this a Reuben sandwich since it doesn't have Swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing. It has a nice little flavor in itself but true Reuben lovers will know something's missing.
(44)
LENZEME
07/31/2003
The mozzarella does not compliment the corned beef...swiss cheese is really the best way to go.
(38)
I'm nuts too...
07/23/2003
We had these last night and we love the mozzarella vs. the swiss cheese! I'm not a fan of swiss (hubby's not a fan of cheese period) so I would have subbed mozz. or provolone anyway. Don't forget the thousand island & horseradish! Thanks Roy!
(29)
Anonymous
07/03/2003
Have had many "Reuben's" and this is an excellent variation on the theme. Lacking the 1000 island and horseradish I've improvised with Deli-style mustard.
(12)
Sheri
01/25/2010
I am not a fan of the Reuben but I loved this recipe. I have made it several times and have not changed a thing. My husband and son who are fans of the Reuben also gave this 5 stars. Thanks for sharing a recipe that I was willing to make and eat.
(10)
Stephanie Grimes
11/02/2009
This recipe was very good. We don't often eat Reuben Sandwiches but this paired with French Onion soup turned out amazing. We did add a little spicy horseradish sauce to the bread in the process. So good my hubby went back for seconds!
(8)
Traci-in-Cali
03/30/2009
This was good!.. I made my own corned beef; I also liked the mellow taste of the mozzarella cheese verses the strong flavor of Swiss!.. I sliced it as thin as I could. DH put sourkraut on his and I put coleslaw on mine!.. Grilled to perfection! Delicious!..
(7)
philly6288
08/11/2010
It really didn't taste that great too me. Seemed like it was missing something. I followed it exactly.
(5)