These easy Reuben Sliders make a great appetizer, snack or meal! Piled high with all the fixings they will definitely be a hit!
Reuben sandwiches are one of my favorite sandwiches to eat and also my husbands! It is usually what he requests for his birthday dinner each year and I gladly oblige!!
I decided to change things up a little bit and make them into a slider. These reuben sliders turned out to be phenomenal and I think they would be great for tailgating, parties or anywhere you need to feed a crowd.
There are also a few options when making these. Let’s start with the rolls. I went with a ciabatta bun here but a pretzel or even a potato bun would be great! Just look for small buns if you want to use them as sliders. The meat I used in these sandwiches here happens to be pastrami and while not authentic works great if you’re in a pinch and can’t get some corned beef.
Otherwise use some thinly sliced corned beef from the deli or make this slow cooker Guinness corned beef, now that would make an awesome sandwich!! For the kraut use whatever brand you like best. I prefer the kraut in the refrigerated section verses the canned kind, but use what you like best.
I topped these sliders with some dijon mustard, melted butter and changed out the poppy seeds for some caraway, since we aren’t using rye bread. Be sure to crush the caraway seeds a little to make them smaller and to release their flavor.
But, no matter what options you choose here these reuben sliders will be a hit at your next get together!!
- 12 ciabatta buns or buns of choice
- 14-16 oz thinly sliced corned beef or patrami
- 1 1/2 cups well drained sauerkraut
- 12 slices swiss cheese
- 2/3 cup thousand island dressing
- 4 tablespoons melted butter
- 1 teaspoon dijon mustard
- 1/4 teaspoon crushed caraway seed
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Lightly grease or spray a 9x13 baking pan.
Place the bottoms of the rolls in the prepared baking pan. Top with corned beef, sauerkraut and swiss cheese. Spread a little thousand island dressing over each slider and top with bun tops.
In a small bowl combine the melted butter, mustard and caraway. Pour over sliders. Cover loosely with foil and bake for 15 minutes. Remove the foil and bake for 5 minutes.
15 thoughts on “Reuben Sliders”
Melinda, I am hosting my bunco group in March and these will be perfect for my St. Patty’s Day themed party. Thank you.
Hi Nancy!! I’m so glad you will be making these! Let me know how you like them! 🙂
Thank you for your easy made recipe. It looks very tasty, All of our family members is like it but they don’t want to eat without salad.
All of them looks really delicious.
Thank you, Alexa!
I like the sandwich but if it is different like Reuben sandwich really awesome. Thanks for your sharing!
Thank you Maria! 🙂
Look great and nice idea, Malinda.Good choice for snack, and kids will love this, I am sure. Thanks for sharing, Malinda and have a nice weekend.s
Thanks! We really enjoy them!
I was just thinking I could do with a good Ruben, great timing and great recipe! Thanks!
Why thank you, Matt!!
So irresistible! I need to make these now!
Thanks, we really enjoy them on game day!
looks amazing! i think it’s a great idea for packaging a quick meal on the day i must stay overtime in my office. and it could be a breakfast or lunch for kids, too, doesn’t need so much time to prepare. thanks for sharing.
Thank you! They are great for game day too! 🙂