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My FAVORITE! The Rachel Sandwich (aka Roast Turkey Reuben Sandwich) A twist on the classic Reuben sandwich with roast turkey, creamy coleslaw or sauerkraut, tangy russian dressing and swiss cheese in rye that is grilled until golden brown and the cheese has melted.

The Rachel Sandwich (aka Roast Turkey Reuben Sandwich)

I used to think I hated rye bread.  And when I was a little kid, I wouldn't  touch sauerkraut with a ten foot pole.  But these days, I love a good  reuben sandwich.  I recreated the classic into a casserole, using turkey  since that's what I had on hand.  And don't skip the caraway seeds -- they  give it that signature rye-bread flavor.

Turkey Reuben Casserole

I used to think I hated rye bread. And when I was a little kid, I wouldn't touch sauerkraut with a ten foot pole. But these days, I love a good reuben sandwich. I recreated the classic into a casserole, using turkey since that's what I had on hand. And don't skip the caraway seeds -- they give it that signature rye-bread flavor.

You'll never believe how good this sandwich is as a casserole!

Oven-Baked Reuben Casserole

Oven-Baked Reuben Casserole - this sounds totally nasty to me, but my husband would love it

Reuben Eggs Benedict: Easy St. Patrick's Day brunch with rye bread, corned beef, sauerkraut, a quick Thousand Island Hollandaise sauce and perfectly poached eggs. So good and a great starter eggs benedict. Easy to make! | macheesmo.com

Reuben Eggs Benedict

Patrick's Day brunch with rye bread, corned beef, sauerkraut, a quick Thousand Island Hollandaise sauce and perfectly poached eggs. So good and a great starter eggs benedict. Easy to make!

24/7 Low Carb Diner: Reuben Dip

Pinning for the ideas.Could use minced meat or chicken/turkey Low Carb Diner: Reuben Dip

Turkey reuben at Ramsey's Diner. *drool*

Turkey reuben at Ramsey's Diner.

The classic reuben gets a twist by swapping in turkey for corned beef. Make this diner staple—sometimes called The Rachel—at home with just a few ready-to-eat ingredients. All you need is a little bit of heat.

The classic reuben gets a twist by swapping in turkey for corned beef. Make this diner staple—sometimes called The Rachel—at home with just a few ready-to-eat ingredients. All you need is a little bit of heat.

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