Ally's Sweet and Savory Eats: Reuben Wraps

Monday, April 13, 2015

Reuben Wraps


No rye bread on hand?  No worries!  Wrap your reuben up in a tortilla!


I'm a list maker.

I've said before that I will put something down on a list that I've already done just so I can cross it off right away.  It's the Type A in me.  I very much like the "visual" of seeing things get done.

About a week ago, for whatever reason, our house seemed like it was in a tailspin.  Laundry was everywhere, the kid's rooms were a disaster, we had three days of dentist appointments, haircuts and vet appointments.  It felt like we were running in one door and out the other just as fast.

That kind of life doesn't sit well with me.

I need organization and some calm every now and then.

So when I got ALL the fixings for reubens and then realized I didn't have good quality bread to put it on, I said screw it, and threw it all in a tortilla and prayed it would turn out.


Guess what....

They turned out.  They really, really turned out good.  So much so, that the husband ate one COLD at 2 a.m. when he got home from work and said they were even tasty straight out of the fridge.

Because, you know, he ain't got time for that 'heating up in the microwave thing'.

I used my homemade thousand island dressing for these wraps, but you could certainly buy a store bought dressing.  I won't judge.  Really, I won't.  Remember my laundry filled, disaster of a house? Yeah, I have many faults too.


And please ignore my chapped, dry hands in this photo.  Really.  How did I not notice that?

Anyway, put these wraps in your lunch meal rotation {or dinner rotation, but for some reason I feel like reubens are meant to be eaten at lunch}.

Lots and lots and lots of things coming on the blog!  A healthy sweet potato and carrot quick bread {my 11 month old ate a whole slice yesterday and wanted more}, chicken teriyaki casserole, a cookbook review and giveaway and much more!

And don't forget I'm headed to Chicago later next week!

Reuben Wraps
Print this Recipe!

4 large flour tortillas
8 slices Swiss cheese
1/2 lb. corned beef, sliced thin
1 c. sauerkraut
thousand island dressing

1.  On a flat surface, lay down the tortilla, then cheese, meat, sauerkraut and healthy dose of dressing. Fold the sides of the tortilla in and roll up from the bottom.  Place wrap seam side down on a baking sheet.
2.  Bake wraps for 15-20 minutes at 375 degrees or until heated through and slightly crispy.
3.  Serve with additional thousand island dressing for dipping.



4 comments:

  1. These wraps look super Ally. Love when great things happen "by accident". No times for microwaves, huh? :) This reuben lover is looking forward to a Reuben Wrap!

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  2. Oh, you know men, when they are hungry they want it now!

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  3. Reubens are my all time favorite sandwich...why I never thought to wrap it is beyond me, such a good idea!

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