Tired of corned beef yet? Yeah, I know…this post is a few days late. But honestly, this dip is a hit any time of the year! Plus, if you have leftovers from this weekend, this is a great way to use them up.
Men (especially my man) go NUTS over this! The guy at the deli counter (who was kind enough to shred the 4 pounds of corned beef I ordered) even started drooling over it without even trying it.
It’s perfect for crowds, and can be made in no time at all. It takes under an hour to heat up, and it can sit in the crockpot on warm for hours as well. Great for game day…or, like I said, any day 🙂
Hot Reuben Dip
adapted from allrecipes
4 pounds shredded cooked corned beef
4 cups shredded swiss cheese
1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
3/4 cup thousand island dressing (homemade or store bought)
1 large can (25 ounces or so) sauerkraut, drained
Place all ingredients into crockpot and stir to combine. Cook on high for about 45 minutes if in a hurry, or longer on low until cheese has melted. Stir occasionally. Serve on mini rye or pumpernickel slices, or on crackers.
Serves an army!
Looks so good. A great way to make the sandwich a little more finger-food friendly. Perfect timing for racing season!
I remember making this back in the 80s on small appetizer size breads. It was always a hit and I don’t know why I forgot all about it. Thanks for sharing.
I do not like corned beef but my husband does and he loves reubens, this would be perfect for his reuben cravings. Thanks for sharing!
Do you think I can freeze this? It made so much and I really don’t want to throw it out…
Yeah, that’s why I said “serves an army”…it really does! I don’t see why you can’t freeze it. Frank brought our leftovers to work today and it made for some pretty happy guys on his job site 🙂
Do you think I can freeze this? It made so much I don’t want to throw it out…
I am loving this dip! What a great way to use up leftover corned beef.
yummy dip for anything..i love it with cuips..
Yum! This sounds awesome and great for entertaining!
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