Reuben Crescent Rolls

Reuben Crescent Rolls

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Reuben Crescent Rolls
Reuben Crescent Rolls
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"Reuben Crescent Rolls are stuffed with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing. Using canned crescent rolls dough makes them super easy to prepare. These buttery, stuffed rolls eaten warm from the oven make a yummy snack or appetizer!"

Ingredients

  • 1 can Crescent Rolls
  • 8 slices Corned Beef
  • 8 slices Swiss Cheese
  • 2 cups kraut
  • 1 tablespoon butter, melted
  • 1 teaspoon poppy seeds

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What a nice and simple variation of one of my favorite sandwiches, the reuben! This looks quick and easy to whip up and I know I'll be making some. The recipe also mentions a brand of flavored sauerkraut I had never heard of before. The brand is available nearby, so I may give it a try. In making these reuben crescents, I'd use caraway seeds instead of poppy seeds, and use the Libby's Bavarian-Style Sauerkraut, since it also incorporates caraway seeds, to give more of a rye-bread feel.

Reuben sandwiches are one of my favorite things to order on my lunch break from a local diner. This crescent version looks so easy to prepare, and I love the poppy seeds on the top! These would be so great for a party that I would probably make two batches of these to feed a crowd. These would make a nice quick lunch or after school snack as well.

This is a brilliant idea! Crescent rolls and Reuben sandwiches all in one! This looks easy and really good. I'm thinking a soup and sandwich meal is coming this week, or maybe these will be part of my Christmas Eve appetizer menu! The buttery goodness of crescent rolls and the tang taste of 1000 Island dressing make a good combo.

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