Corned Beef Dip with Sauerkraut
This is a really mouthwatering dip and you can spread it on cocktail rye bread or cube some rye bread and serve it on toothpicks for dipping. Pretzels, crackers or chips are also nice with this corned beef dip. This is quite an unusual dip recipe because of the ingredients in it and maybe you cannot imagine these flavors being combined, but try it – it is really tasty and any guests you have will definitely enjoy this dip recipe.
If you wanted to serve this corned beef dip cold you could, but it is delicious served bubbling hot. The melted cheese finishes this tasty sauerkraut, corned beef dip off perfectly, and the thousand island dressing adds a delicious and special flavor, since this dressing is not usually teamed with these ingredients. Thousand island dressing is a nice base for all kinds of different dip recipes.
If you like hot appetizer recipes, this one is really delicious and always disappears quickly. It is another of our easy party appetizers because you can make it in advance and just warm it up when you are ready. There are only five different ingredients in it too, making it very easy to put together.
- 1 ½ cups Swiss cheese
- ½ cup sauerkraut
- 8 oz cream cheese, at room temperature
- ¼ lb deli corned beef
- ½ cup thousand island dressing
- Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.
- Shred the cheese, chop the corned beef, and drain the sauerkraut.
- Mix 1 cup of the Swiss cheese with the corned beef, then add the cream cheese and the thousand island dressing.
- Keep mixing until the mixture is creamy and well combined.
- Spread the corned beef dip mixture into a 9 inch pie dish and spread the sauerkraut over the top.
- Sprinkle the rest of the Swiss cheese evenly over the top of the corned beef dip, and then bake it until it is bubbly around the edges.
- This will take about 12 minutes. Serve with chips or bread.
Corned beef, sauerkraut and cheese are the main ingredients in a Reuben sandwich and also in this exciting hot dip recipe. You can enjoy the meaty corned beef, the bitter flavor of the sauerkraut and of course the melted layer of cheese on top. Ladle the dip over bread, as you can see in the picture, or serve the dip straight from the baking dish, with your choice of bread, crackers or chips on the side. Because this is a baked dip, it is best to serve it hot or warm from the oven before the melted cheese sets again.
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