Best Reuben Dip Recipe
Best Reuben Dip - Rueben Dip Recipe
Here is a great recipe for Reuben Dip - Rueben Dip, it can be made in a crock pot or you can also bake it like I have then put it into a crock pot to serve this wonderful dip. This corned beef dip is kind of an acquired taste so I didn't know exactly how people would take to it; but the reviews are in and they were outstanding. It took me about 4 or 5 different variations to finally get this hot Reuben dip to my satisfaction. If you like the Reuben sandwich then you are in for a wild ride; I hope you agree, this dip rocks!
What You Will Need
For this recipe I recommend:
- 1/2 pound premium deli corned beef
- 1 8oz block Philadelphia cream cheese
- 3 cups shredded swiss Cheese
- 14.5 - 16 oz sauerkraut drained
- 3/4 - 1 cup thousand island dressing
Mix It Up
Their are many ways to mix and cook your Reuben dip; I prefer use a medium size round Pyrex baking dish then transfer it to a crock pot. First I cube my cream cheese and add it to the dish, sprinkle evenly the drained sauerkraut, add the thousand island dressing, sprinkle on about 3/4th of the corned beef and add about 2 cups of shredded Swiss cheese. Next I place the Reuben dip mixture into a 350 degree preheated oven for about 10 minutes. Once the swiss and cream cheese start to melt I take it out of the oven; stir it up and add it to the crock pot. After the hot dip is in the crock pot I evenly sprinkle the remaining swiss cheese and corned beef over the top, cover and put on low / warm until party time. What you will find is you can alter this dip to how you like it. Some people add more cheese, while others add more Kraft Thousand Island dressing. Play around with it and make it your own, feel free to leave me a comment and let me know how you make your Reuben Dip Recipe.
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