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Vegetarian Reubens with Russian Dressing

Spring 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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This exceptional sandwich originated at Penny Cluse Cafe in Burlington, Vermont. The spinach, mushroom and onion filling is so satisfying, you won't even miss the corned beef.



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"This recipe is so amazing. I used Jarlsberg Lite and served sweet potatoes fries as a side - YUM. Like some of the other posters, I am a vegetarian that often misses these types of hearty meals, but this sandwich will make you forget...
Vegetarian Reubens with Russian Dressing

22 Reviews for Vegetarian Reubens with Russian Dressing

09/23/2009
Anonymous

This was sooooooo good. My boyfriend is a veggie, so I'm always looking for new tasty recipes. This one went over so well, neither of us had any leftovers! It's a keeper for sure. Mmmmm delicious!!

Anonymous, Boston, MA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Tried this last night and it was great! For some reason my grocery markets do not carry low fat Swiss, so I did use regular, but it was a really good recipe.

Nancy, Collegeville, PA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

I had another recipe from Moosewood for a portobello reuben that I really enjoyed. With onions and spinach, this version is not only healthier, but better tasting as well! This will be repeated often.

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

I just made this sandwich tonight and absolutely LOVED it and I'm not even a vegetarian! I definitely don't miss the meat!

, Chicago, IL

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

I loved this sandwich! If you are craving a real reuben, I don't think this will satisfy your craving but for the flavors of a reuben in a similiar sandwich, it is great. I used portabello mushrooms and would highly recommend them as they have a somewhat meatier texture than button mushrooms.

Sally

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