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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 Recipe

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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