Reuben Redux
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Reuben Redux

Difficult to photograph, but easy to make. This lighter and healthier version of the traditional Reuben replaces corn beef with turkey. Sauerkraut and Thousand Island give it just enough bite to balance the meat and cheese. Play around with a homemade Thousand Island and you’ll cut cals without sacrificing flavor. Thank you Recipe Redux  for giving us an excuse to whip together this classic sandwich.

Preheat large skillet on low-medium heat. Butter each side of bread and build sandwich on skillet. Spread Thousand Island Dressing. Layer one slice Cabot Reduced Fat Swiss Cheese and 2 slices Oven Roasted Turkey Breast. Top off with Sauerkraut, and grill for 2-3 minutes.

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  • AB
    Posted at 22:23h, 21 September

    The Reuben sandwich looks so yummy, I will definitely try it tomorrow. Love the picture. It looks appetizing.!!

    • Robin
      Posted at 14:30h, 22 September

      Robinsbite intern Leah is responsible for this creation! She did a great job with the photo, didn’t she? Hope you love the sammy!

  • EA- The Spicy RD
    Posted at 09:01h, 22 September

    I’ll admit to not being a sauerkraut fan, but your sandwich looks so yummy, I might be convinced to try it again! I rarely eat it anymore, but 1000 Island Dressing was my favorite as a kid. There is one neighborhood Prime Rib joint my family and I eat at every now and then, and I always get my salad there with 1000 Island. Happy ReDux!

    • Robin
      Posted at 14:32h, 22 September

      And do you eat the prime rib with horseradish? 🙂 YUM! I hope you try the Rueben some day!

  • Caroline @ SweetFoodie
    Posted at 18:14h, 22 September

    Yum! Great use of sauerkraut. I’m going to make this on my panini maker with NY Rye bread 🙂

    • Robin
      Posted at 09:08h, 01 October

      Such a great idea Caroline!

  • martha@ simple nourished living
    Posted at 23:15h, 23 September

    This lighter healthier reuben looks delicious. I’ve been a reuben fan for as long as I can remember, next time I’m definitely trying it with turkey. Thanks.

    • Robin
      Posted at 09:10h, 01 October

      I really think you’ll enjoy it with turkey and although healthier, it doesn’t sacrifice flavor.