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1 September, 2015

The Reuben Delight

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unnamed (3)I’ve missed my Reuben Sandwiches from the past. So, I ended up with this, and it is phenomenal! It does take an overnight to marinade your Seitan, and if you don’t have any Seitan made up, you need to do that as well, so, plan accordingly!

See my marinade recipe for Corned Beef and also for Seitan if you need to first!

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This will NOT disappoint, I promise! 

Enjoy!

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The Reuben Delight
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Servings
4
Servings
4
The Reuben Delight
Print Recipe
Servings
4
Servings
4
Ingredients
For the Thousand Island Dressing
For the Reuben Sandwiches
Servings:
Instructions
To make the thousand island dressing
  1. In a small bowl, mix together all of the ingredients for the dressing and set aside.
To make the Reuben Sandwiches
  1. In a large skillet pan, sautee the onions and peppers over medium-high heat for about 10 minutes or until the onions are softened. Remove from the heat and put the mixture into a medium sized bowl and cover to keep warm. Set aside.
  2. Then, put the sauerkraut into the skillet pan and warm until completely warmed throughout. Then transfer the sauerkraut to a bowl, cover, and set aside to keep warm.
  3. Toast your bread pieces by putting onto a baking sheet under broil . Watch as it will only take a few seconds per side. Flip and broil other side. Remove from broiler and Set aside.
  4. Place the Seitan Corned 'Beef' into the pan and warm it for about 7 minutes. You want the edges to brown up a bit. Feel free to use a bit of the marinade while warming. I like to have it on medium high heat and get it a bit crispy. Then remove and set them aside.
  5. To plate, lay out 4 of the toasted bread pieces. Divide the Seitan evenly among all four slices. On top of the Seitan, put a layer of 1/4 of the Sauerkraut, then the peppers and onions, the the cheese, and then top it off with the Thousand Island Dressing. Put the other pieces of bread on top and serve.
  6. Enjoy!
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