19 Ratings
  • 4 Rating Star 8
  • 3 Rating Star 5
  • 5 Rating Star 4
  • 1 Rating Star 1
  • 2 Rating Star 1

Satisfying, tasty and filling! A breeze to make. Using the Reuben ingredients and adding noodles really works. You can substitute Thousand Island dressing for the mayonnaise for added zip.

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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

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  • Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook for 8 to 10 minutes or until al dente; drain. Toss with half the melted butter and place in a 9x13 baking dish.

  • Spread sauerkraut over the noodles; cover evenly with corned beef. Spread mayonnaise over beef and top with the shredded Swiss and tomato slices.

  • In a small bowl, toss together crushed crackers and caraway seed with remaining melted butter. Sprinkle crumb mixture over Swiss and tomato.

  • Bake in preheated oven 1 hour, until bubbly and golden.

Nutrition Facts

447.23 calories; 16.35 g protein; 26.64 g carbohydrates; 31 g fat; 89.89 mg cholesterol; 966.34 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


Reviews (16)

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Most helpful positive review

08/26/2003
Great recipe! I am a vegetarian so I have substituted a fake meat product. This recipe is easy yet impressive.
(11)

Most helpful critical review

03/19/2011
. I used leftover corned beef and cabbage from St Patricks Day. I added a little ketchup to the mayo to taste more like thousand island dressing. That didn't work. This was so gross to me. I ate a few bites and had to run to the bathroom to vomit. Sorry but this was a waste of ingredients.....it was thrown in the trash.
(6)
19 Ratings
  • 4 Rating Star 8
  • 3 Rating Star 5
  • 5 Rating Star 4
  • 1 Rating Star 1
  • 2 Rating Star 1
05/09/2005
The only reason for the lower rating I've given is that it really needs to be noted that the corned beef should be cooked beforehand. Maybe the recipe is geared more towards deli-style sliced corned beef? I cut up the pound of beef I had and baked as directed and the meat was very tough. The flavor is good but next time I will boil my meat first.
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09/24/2007
I made this with deli corned beef that I'd had very thickly sliced. I also used Thousand Island dressing instead of mayonnaise for more of a Reuben flavor. We really enjoyed it - quick easy and filling. Thanks Jeanie!
(12)
08/26/2003
Great recipe! I am a vegetarian so I have substituted a fake meat product. This recipe is easy yet impressive.
(11)
03/20/2008
The recipe was ok. I mixed some onion and garlic powder to the buttered noodles because I thought it was going to be a little bland. I would increase the 1000 island dressing to a cup and I used 2 cups of the buttery saltine crackers. other than that I thought this was a good way to use up those leftovers from St. Patricks day other than reuben sandwiches. I think this may be a good way to do other casseroles though. Thanks for the recipe
(10)
03/19/2011
. I used leftover corned beef and cabbage from St Patricks Day. I added a little ketchup to the mayo to taste more like thousand island dressing. That didn't work. This was so gross to me. I ate a few bites and had to run to the bathroom to vomit. Sorry but this was a waste of ingredients.....it was thrown in the trash.
(6)
03/26/2006
Pretty good. I followed the recipe exactly used leftover corned beef from St. Patty's meal and the family seemed to enjoy it. It was quite simple to prepare as well which makes it a great weeknight dinner. I don't usually have corned beef on hand so would probably either use deli corned beef or canned corned beef if I make again. I'm not sure which type the recipe would be best with.
(6)
01/29/2009
I used thousand island dressing and turkey instead of corned beef to make a rachel noodle bake. I'd make it again!
(5)
08/14/2007
this was not a favorite at your house
(4)
03/31/2009
Nothing special and it does not reheat well. I used Thousand Island Dressing in lieu of the but mayo but I won't make this again because it wasn't memorable and was dry.
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