Friday, April 15, 2011

Spicy Southwest Reuben Panini

I felt the need for a good old reuben sandwich today but didn't have the traditional ingredients so I improvised. I have to tell you here that I didn't feel one bit deprived when all was said and done. It was fabulous!

2 pieces Pepperidge Farms
Pumpernickle Rye bread
2 thin slices turkey ham
2 slices Muenster cheese
Sauerkraut, squeezed dry
Spicy Southwest Mustard
Olive oil, for brushing lightly on the bread
Panini Press

Totally worth the time it took to make this ! Aahhh it was delicious! I will be having more of these in the future ☺. After all I have a whole bag of sauerkraut that my family won't help me eat, ha - it would'nt be good to let it go bad, now would it?

Linking to:
Food Fight Friday
Foodie Friday
Weekend Wrap Up
Yum ~Top 5
Hunk of Meat Monday
Be Blessed!


  1. I recently made a Reuben casserole which was awesome---I am so happy that my family all likes sauer kraut.
    I enjoy your cooking blog--Its kind of a joke around here when I try something new---another of MG's recipes:) they love it when I try new things and are so delicious!!! I have one that really enjoys eating!!!

  2. You made Panini too:D)! This looks like another good recipe for Panini, thanks for sharing, Martha :)!

  3. YUM! Love reubens, your version looks soooo good. Thanks for sharing

  4. I love paninis! I am sucker for one at a restaurant. I need to just invest in my own press. Thanks so much for linking up to Hunk of Meat Monday!