Make this great beef Reuben sandwich using just five ingredients. A mouth-watering casserole that’s ready in 40 minutes!
The Reuben sandwich may have been invented in 1914, at Reuben’s Delicatessen in New York City, for the actress Annette Seelos. Another theory contends that Reuben Kay, a grocer in Omaha, Nebraska, invented the sandwich combination during a poker game in 1955. The Reuben then became famous, it’s said, because one of the poker players entered Kay’s recipe in a contest and won.
To make an Open-Faced Rachel casserole, use smoked turkey breast in place of the corned beef in this recipe.
Serve this casserole with purchased potato salad, crisp kosher dill pickles and deli-style cookies such as macaroons, black-and-whites, blondies and brownies. Don’t forget the cream soda.
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