Grilled Turkey Reuben Sandwiches Recipe
Heating the sauerkraut and turkey before assembling the sandwiches ensures that the filling is warmed through in this indulgent meal.
Toasted, salty, and tangy, reuben sandwiches are classic! This recipe is made with turkey instead of the corned beef and mayonnaise with hot sauce instead of Thousand Island dressing. This updated Reuben will satisfy with a full and slightly spicy flavor.
Classic Reuben sandwiches toasted over a campfire or on an outdoor grill acquire a special flavor. Make sandwiches with corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut, then seal them in foil packets, and cook until the bread toasts and cheese melts. Enjoy blissful bites!
Ground turkey is combined with thousand island dressing, mozzarella cheese, and sauerkraut for this alternative to the classic Reuben sandwich. Serve with additional thousand island dressing for dipping.
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Rye bread filled with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and corned beef, smothered with a zesty sauce and broiled until golden.
Layer your leftover turkey, Swiss cheese, and spinach between thick-cut slices of rye bread and broil for a tasty day-after-Thanksgiving lunch.
I've always made these on the lighter side by using fat free Thousand, one slice of swiss cheese per sandwich, and butter spray. It's a great, healthy alternative to the traditional Reuben! If you can't find marbled rye bread, plain rye or caraway rye will work.