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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

24 Reviews for Vegetarian Reubens with Russian Dressing

08/04/2015
Anonymous
SO GOOD!

This is the first time I've reviewed a recipe, but just had to say it's one of the best recipes I've made from this site, and I've made a bunch. I make this all the time and even took the recipe with me when I went to visit my vegetarian son. Last night I made it even more vegetarian by substituting thick slices of roasted eggplant (from my garden) for the bread and it was just wonderful!

Easy, yummy
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01/23/2015
Anonymous

soooo delicious... I now make this on a regular basis.

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01/19/2012
Yummy yummy

I really love this sandwich. We'll definitely be having it again. I had some arugula and cabbage that needed to be used up so I mixed it in with the spinach and it turned out great.

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05/25/2010
Anonymous

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 about corned beef; plus it's a great way to pack in a few servings of vegetables!

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03/30/2010

Yum! I had planned on adding meat and taking out the spinach because it just seemed weird to me but I decided to give it a chance. I was very surprised. The only thing negative I can say is that it's very messy, so plan accordingly! ;p

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