This easy 5-ingredient Reuben Braid with layers of sliced corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Marie's Thousand Island Dressing wrapped in a refrigerated pizza crust, is a delicious dinner that's perfect for any night of the week. It's a twist (get it, braid - twist? 😂) on your typical Reuben sandwich and a fun addition to add to your menu.
1refrigerated pizza crust or 1/3 of my homemade pizza dough
¼cupMarie's Thousand Island Dressing and Dip
12slices corned beefabout a ½ lb.
7 ounces Swiss cheese11 slices
⅓cupMarie's Thousand Island Dressing and Dipplus additional for dipping.
2 teaspoonstoasted sesame seedsif desired
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Preheat oven to 375° F.
Place a sheet of parchment on a clean work surface. Put the pizza dough onto the parchment and roll it out so that it measures about 10 X 15-inches. Using a knife or pizza cutter, make slices down both long sides of the dough 1 ½ inches thick and 3 inches into the center.
Beginning at one end of the braid and leaving an inch both at the top and the bottom, spread the ¼ cup of Marie's Thousand Island Dressing over the center of the dough. Cover evenly with the slices of the corned beef. Then evenly place 7 slices of the Swiss cheese. You may have to break the slices in half to completely cover. Place forkfuls of sauerkraut over the cheese and spread evenly.
Pour the 1/3 cup of Marie's Thousand Island Dressing into a corner of the sandwich bag. Cut a small hole in the opposite corner and using it as a piping bag, squeeze the dressing all over the sauerkraut. It's easiest applying the dressing this way as opposed to spreading with a knife. Place the remaining 4 slices
Fold one end of the dough up and over and wrap the first two strips over to secure it. Repeat the wrapping with every other dough strip until you reach the last two. Fold that end up and use the last two strips to secure.
Place the braid with the parchment onto the rimmed baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes, until golden.
Serve with additional Marie's Thousand Island Dressing for dipping.