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Reuben Casserole

1 32-oz bag of sauerkraut
1 lb deli style corned beef, chipped
1 8-oz bottle Thousand Island dressing
1 lb swiss cheese, sliced
12 slices rye bread, buttered & cut into inch cubes

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

In the bottom of a 9 x 13 pan, layer the sauerkraut, corned beef, dressing, and swiss cheese.
Top with the bread cubes.
Bake, uncovered for 30 minutes.
Let it cool slightly to set and it's ready to enjoy.

*notes
Drain the sauerkraut. I used less of the dressing, and I found the bread cubes got a little too crunchy, so I covered it (loosely) for part of the baking time.
 
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Thanks for the recipe. It sounds yummy. Liz
 
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This is the same recipe our church uses for Oktoberfest and the reuben casserole is always a big hit!

Martha
 
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what is deli corned beef "chipped?"
 
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sliced very thin, almost shredded.
 
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My entire family would like this, sounds delish!
 
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thanks anon. I'm assuming the deli can do the "chipping?" Smile
 
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Yes, the deli will chip it. I think you can buy it packaged also.
 
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Thanks for sharing this.
 
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And it's close to October -- it's a great October meal!

Martha
 
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This sounds like a good recipe for a nice fall Sunday dinner. Thanks for sharing.
 
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You're welcome, I hope you enjoy it. Smile
 
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I tried this casserole for dinner tonight.
We liked it...nice dish for fall weather and something different to try.

Next time though, I would just grill Reuben sandwiches...just prefer more bread, less sauerkraut:-)

Thanks for sharing the recipe!
 
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sounds good. going grocery shopping this week-end. will be making this next week. thanks for sharing.
 
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