All too often with Reubens, people open a jar of sauerkraut, grab the thousand island, and toss corned beef on some bread and call it a day. Not this guy, though.
In my efforts to make sandwiches in the freshest method possible, I swim away from the island, and add some crunch to my kraut with a homemade Russian dressing that is to die for!
Submitted for your approval, my first 20-minute sandwich...Reuben's Crisp Cousin. - 20MinuteSandwich —20MinuteSandwich
This hot Reuben sandwich, piled sky-high with meat and cheese, comes dressed with a tangy, aioli-based Russian slaw so good you'll want to serve a great big dollop on the side, too. If the summer heat leaves you hesitant to turn on the stove, take the fun outdoors by preparing this beauty on the grill instead (just make sure to invest in a grill pan and wait until the coals are past their peak heat). And whatever you do, don't forget to follow 20MinuteSandwich's instructions to thank your sous-chef properly: all that painstaking oil-drizzling definitely deserves a nice piece of candy. - Kukharka —mitschlag