Yesterday I gave you the first of two corned beef recipes! If you missed my Corned Beef Braid, you will definitely want to check it out. Today I’ve got for you these super tasty Reuben Swirl Rolls over on the Rhodes blog! Don’t you love how I’m brand new to corned beef and all the sudden I’m posting recipes left and right? It’s so delicious I am eager to try it many different ways! Can I just say I LOVE the Rhodes Cracked Wheat Rolls? Hello! I haven’t used them much in the past, but after trying them in this quick & easy recipe I am now hooked!
With only five ingredients (if you don’t count the pepper and caraway seeds) you can have a tasty lunch or even dinner quickly with the help of Rhodes Bake N Serv. Similar to my Corned Beef Braid, these rolls are made with meat & cheese and rolled up cinnamon roll style. Great for little kids and adults alike. Do you know what you are having for St. Patrick’s Day yet? If you are in need of ideas, this one would be perfect – all you need is a little prep by taking your rolls out in plenty of time to thaw and you are in business! I’m not sure all grocery stores carry corned beef at their deli counter, I found mine at my local Harmons!
Reuben Swirl Rolls
- 8 Rhodes Yeast Dinner Rolls thawed to room temperature
- 1 ½ tablespoons Thousand Island dressing
- 6 slices Swiss cheese
- 1 cup sauerkraut
- 1 teaspoon caraway seeds
- ½ teaspoon black pepper
- 1/3 pound thinly sliced corned beef
- extra Thousand Island dressing for dipping if desired
Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Combine rolls into a ball and roll into a 9x13-inch rectangle. Spread dressing evenly over dough. Arrange cheese slices evenly over dressing.
Sprinkle with sauerkraut, caraway seeds and pepper. Top with corned beef slices. Starting from a long side, roll up jelly-roll style.
Using a serrated knife, cut into 8 slices. Place cut side up on a sprayed baking sheet (if they start to unroll, secure with toothpicks).
Cover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise 30-45 minutes.
Remove wrap and bake at 350°F 20-25 minutes. Serve warm with extra dressing for dipping, if desired.
Adapted from Rhodes Bake N Serv
Looking for more Rhodes St. Patrick’s Day inspiration? Check out these other great recipes:
Does Rhodes make a rye roll? Rye really brings out the right flavors for corned beef!
You know, I don’t believe so – but that would be excellent!
This looks like the perfect addition for a party! Pinning :)
Yes – PERFECT for a party! Thanks for pinning!
Thanks for linking up at #PureBlogLove Link Party!Hope to see you next Thursday at 8 p.m. EST. at http://www.homemadefoodjunkie.com. Can’t wait to see what you’ll bring. I shared this post to my Facebook page. Such a great idea! Diane
Thank you so much Diane!
What a great idea, I am a turkey reuben kind of girl, so I can’t wait to try these :)
You’ll have to let me know if you do – it’s delicious!
What a great idea. Corned beef swirls are so colorful and I bet they are as tasty as they look! I’m stopping by from Pure Blog Love Link Party to check out the recipe. It looks do-able and tempting!
They absolutely are as tasty as they look – thanks for coming to say hello!
I think you just won a place in my heart with this recipe. Love Rubens SO much!!
Awesome! It’s so delicious!!
I love corned beef, swirls are such a good idea.
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So glad you like it!
OOOO yumm, pinning it!
Thanks for the Pinterest love!
Ohhh this looks so good, as does the braid! Reubens are my husband’s favorite, and I love taking those flavors and transforming them into something else! Sounds absolutely delicious!!!
Your husband would love this!
G’day! I love this idea and this is now on my list to do! Thank you! Cheers! Joanne
Thanks or coming over to say hello Joanne, isn’t this a great idea?!