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Hi, everyone! I am a huge fan of the Reuben sandwich. How about you all? When I was pregnant with my first baby, I ate so many Reuben sandwiches in a week that I gained 5 pounds! My doctor told me no more Reubens and to stop eating so much salt haha! I couldn’t help it; they were so good!
Now, my kids aren’t necessarily fans of the Reuben sandwich (my oldest probably got her fair share in the womb). However, if I make this Reuben casserole, they instantly gobble it up. It’s the oddest thing! Oh well, as long as they eat it, right? I love this recipe as it tastes just like the sandwich, and I think you’re going to love it too!
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12tomatoes.
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Quick Tip: I am always drizzling a bit of Thousand Island dressing on top of my slice of this casserole. It’s great!