6 Garlic Pickleshollowed out
1/2 lb Pickled Beef Brisketsliced
6 Swiss Cheeseslices
6 tsp Thousand island dressing
These Reuben pickles are the perfect appetizer to serve a hungry crowd. So if your looking to serve something unique for a few guests you just found it!
I love Reuben sandwiches and just realized that I have not shared my favorite reuben sandwich recipe here with my readers yet. So I will have to get on that asap.
I was tempted to say y’all and i’m not even American. But I swear, I say that sometimes and my family and friends just look at me strange. Until I say eh! Then everything is back to normal again. Smsh!
Anyway, I was wanting to share an awesome appetizer for all my “Super Bowl” fans out there. Since the BIG day is coming up in less than a month. And then saw something similar to this recipe online and decided to make it and blog it for my readers.
My partner gave it a 10 out of 10 and doesnt even like pickles, so i’m sure it will be a hit amongst most people.
So if you love the Reuben flavors like me, then you will definitely want to check out my Reuben soup recipes. Yes I said SOUP, that soup has now become a very popular recipe on this blog. So if you love the Reuben sandwiches then i’m sure your going to LOVE that soup!
Inspired by: delish.com
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- 6 Garlic Pickles
- 1/2 lb Pickled Beef Brisket
- 6 Swiss Cheese
- 6 tsp Thousand island dressing
- Start by cooking the corn beef. Place the corn beef into a crock pot and pour 1 cup of water overtop. Cook on high for 4-5 hours or low for 6-8 hours, then remove it from the pot and allow it to cool down on a plate for a few hours.
- Meanwhile, slice six pickles in half lengthwise and with a spoon scoop out the middle/seeds.
- Pour ruffly 1 tsp of thousand island dressing into the middle of the bottom pickle slices.
- Then slice the cooled corn beef and top each pickle boat with it and a slice of swiss cheese.
- Top each pickle boat with the other half of the pickle and secure with a toothpick. Enjoy!
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