Reuben dip

by Carla H
(Dakota, IL, USA)

1 cup sauerkraut, drained
8 oz. cream cheese, softened
6 oz. shredded Swiss cheese
6 oz. diced corned beef
2 tbsp. Thousand Island Dressing

Combine ingredients in a slow cooker. Cook on low setting for 1-2 hours or until ingredients have melted together, then place on warm setting. Serve with crackers or rye bread.

Oven Cooking Method: Mix all ingredients together, pour into a oven proof dish, and bake covered at 350'F for 20-30 minutes or until hot.

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Sep 02, 2011
Always double!
by: Jenn M.

I always double this recipe for bigger parties because it's gone in a flash!

Oct 07, 2010
Yummy Dip
by: GGMA

I made this for my sewing group and it was a hit. Everyone asked for the recipe. I served it with rye crackers and Frito scoops. All seemed to prefer the scoops. This is as good as a Reuben sandwich. Would make a great sandwich spread.

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