Low-carb Reuben Bakes are a delicious way to use up leftover corned beef, but you can also buy corned beef at the deli to make this casserole. This has all the flavors people love in Reuben sandwiches, without the carbs.
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Patrick’s Day, and every year I try to encourage people to cook beef and cabbage, both of which are usually sold in the United States on this Irish-American holiday. And whether you’re preparing a slow-cooker casserole of corned beef or making an Instant Pot with Creamy Horseradish Sauce, I really hope you cook up some corned beef.
And of course I always recommended the lemon roasted cabbage as the perfect side dish for the beef. And then, if you’re lucky enough to have leftover beef, I hope you’ll consider making this your own Robin’s Peak Low Carb. And even if you don’t make beef (or don’t get any leftovers!), I recommend buying corned beef at the deli and making a low-carb Reuben casserole with layers of mashed cauliflower, cabbage, corned beef, and swiss. Cheese and thousand island sauce.
If you’re a fan of the Reuben Sandwich, you’ll be familiar with some of these ingredients and realize how this dish got its name. And I bet a lot of my readers will have leftover beef tomorrow, so I’m recommending this delicious recipe to use as my favorite Friday pick this week!
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