*  Exported from  MasterCook II  *
 
                           Reuben Roller Sandwich
 
 Recipe By     : Hye Quality Bakery
 Serving Size  : 4    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Cheese                           Meats
                 Sandwiches
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    4      ounces        soft cream cheese
    3      ounces        thinly sliced corned beef
    3      ounces        thinly sliced pastrami
    8      slices        Swiss cheese -- thinly sliced
    2      tablespoons   grainy mustard
    2      tablespoons   Thousand island salad dressing
      1/2  cup           sauerkraut -- well drained
    1      large         soft cracker bread sheet
                         --Hye Roller brand*
 
 Bring bread to room temperature. Cover entire round with cream cheese.
 Layer ingredients on bread in order given leaving about 4 inches at one
 end covered with cream cheese only. Beginning at the end covered with
 filling, roll the bread as tightly as possible jelly-roll fashion toward
 the end covered with cream cheese only. Ingredients have a tendency to
 move down as you roll. Just tuck them under and keep rolling. The final
 roll with only the cream cheese acts as a seal. Wrap sandwich in plastic
 wrap and refrigerate for later use, or slice and serve immediately. Best
 when used within 48 hours. To serve: Remove plastic wrap and slice
 sandwich into 12 pieces. One serving is 3 sandwich rounds. Makes 4
 servings. *Hye Roller cracker bread is a pliable sheet of soft cracker
 bread made by the Hye Quality Bakery, 2222 Santa Clara, Fresno, CA 93721
 (209) 445-1511. Formatted by Lynn Thomas dcqp82a@prodigy.com. Source:
 Hye Roller Cracker Bread package. Lynn’s notes: I prefer to use the
 flavored cream cheeses--especially Roasted Garlic. I've softened the
 cracker bread by putting it in the microwave for 20 seconds. If you
 can't find Hye Roller brand, substitute softened flour tortillas.
 
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