Monday, December 26, 2011

Reuben Casserole

A lot of people eat pork and sauerkraut for new years, this recipe is a good way to use up any extra sauerkraut you may end up with.

recipe from taste of home 2005
This comes from Taste of Home, one of my favorites. Preheat your oven to 350 and lets gather up some ingredients.

You need some kraut, onions, corned beef, swiss cheese, garlic, sour cream, butter and some bread.

sauerkraut and garlic in
Rinse and drain the sauerkraut.

swiss cheese
Shred the swiss.

corned beef - YUM
Chop up the beef.

Dice up the onion. Chop up your garlic too, that didn't make it into the pictures.

everyone in
Combine the sauerkraut, onion, garlic, beef and sour cream in a bowl.

bread cubed
Cube up your bread, I just used white bread.

cheese on
Put the meat mixture in a greased casserole dish, I am using cute Pyrex of course! Put the cheese on top.

bread on
Put the bread on top and drizzle with the butter. Put it in the oven for about a half an hour and that is it, you are ready to eat!

Reuben Casserole
I used my toaster oven so the bread got a little extra toasty, but it was still great.

Reuben Casserole
I am so glad I made two servings of this because I also enjoyed the leftovers.

I hope you all had a happy holiday season and are looking forward to a new year!


  1. I just added you to my blog roll so I can remember to stop by - you and I seem to like the same things!

    If a Reuben sandwich is on a menu, 9 times out of 10 I'll order it - my husband always makes fun of me when I look further on the menu, and then end up ordering the Reuben! :D

  2. Yummy! Have you ever made your own corned beef? Awesome stuff, less salt, better taste.

  3. This looks like a delicious meal. Great you had it 2 times, I also like this when I make dishes in the oven, you can easily finish the rest the next day, and it is still the same.

  4. This is right up my alley! I could eat sauerkraut every single day and be happy.