St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and this Corned Beef Reuben Dip is the perfect complement to any pint of Irish beer. It’s like a deconstructed Ruben sandwich. Corned beef with tangy sauce, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and crusty rye bread for dipping. Serve it with pickle slices! What respectable Deli serves a Reuben without a pickle?
One of the things I love about Heinen’s is that they find the best brands and stock their shelves with quality products. I came across Terrapin Farms sauces and have now tried several. Each has been wonderful. Today I am using their Roasted Garlic Horseradish to create this amazing Corned Beef Reuben dip. If you can’t find it at your Heinen’s you can substitute 6 oz of sour cream, one clove of garlic and two tablespoons of horseradish. The ready-made sauces and dips are great because they eliminate several items on the ingredients list and they have already tested and tried the combination of flavors to perfection.
This Reuben Corned Beef Dip is so easy. You can throw it together in minutes. Everything in one bowl, bake and serve. Better yet, serve it in a loaf of bread.
Reuben Corned Beef Dip
- 14 oz. Sauerkraut, drained well
- 1/4 cup Mayonnaise
- 8 oz. Terrapin Ridge Farms Roasted Garlic Horseradish Dip
- 2 cups Swiss cheese, shredded ( I use a combination of swiss and gruyère cheese.)
- 4 oz. Corned beef sliced from the deli counter or left over from corned beef dinner., chopped
- One rye loaf optional
- Parsley chopped, optional
- Mix together and bake in a covered dish at 350 degrees F for 15 – 20 minutes. Uncover and continue baking for 10 – 15 minutes. Serve with crackers or corn chips.
- Optional, scoop cooked dip into a hallowed out rye loaf and top with a bit more shredded cheese. Heat under the broiler until cheese is melted.
- Optional top with chopped parsley.
About the Author
Photographer Sally Roeckell specializes in contemporary lifestyle portraiture with an emphasis on food photography. Her Blog, Table and Dish is a website devoted to celebrating and curating the many ways that food binds us. Sally hopes that her recipes and images will inspire you to gather your friends and family in the kitchen to make memories, use the time to connect with busy kids, chat over mixing bowls, get messy, laugh, sing, set the table, clear the table, pass the salt, debate the days topics and pray. You can follow her here as a weekly contributor to 365Barrington and Heinen’s as well as via Table and Dish on Instagram and on her website at TableAndDish.com.
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Heinen’s Grocery is located at 500 N. Hough Street, between E. Main Street and Route 14 (next to Meatheads) in Barrington, Illinois. They’re open 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. For more information, visit Heinens.com.