Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels

If you are looking for St. Patrick’s Day party food, or if you just love reuben sandwiches, here’s an easy idea for you: Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels!

Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels

This week for #SundaySupper, we are sharing recipes inspired by chef, Sara Moulton. You may be familiar with Sara from Food Network and other television appearance, as well as her cookbooks. I’ve been watching her for years, so this is quite an honor to not only create recipes inspired by her, but also to have her attending our #SundaySupper Twitter Chat tonight (7pm EST – just follow the #SundaySupper hashtag on Twitter).

I’m really excited about her newest cookbook called “Everyday Family Dinners”. It’s a cookbook meant for a home cook like me — and I’m sure for many of you too, who want great family-friendly meals. The great news? I’m giving away a copy of Everyday Family Dinners to one of you! Check the end of this post to enter.

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My contribution to our Sara Moulton inspired Sunday Supper is Reuben Pinwheels. I knew I wanted to share a new pinwheel appetizer this week, but I still wasn’t able to make my mind up about which one to share. But as I was cruising around Sara’s website, I came across her Reuben Pizza. A lightbulb went off and I thought how great pinwheels would be with similar flavors of a Reuben Sandwich.

While I worked on this recipe, my oldest son came into the kitchen. I’m not really paying attention to what he’s doing, but the next thing I know he’s spitting out whatever was in his mouth into his hand and asking ” WHAT IS THAT????”. See, apparently my son thought the well-drained sauerkraut was the same as the bowl of shredded Swiss cheese I had on the counter. He grabbed a BIG pinch of sauerkraut and popped it in his mouth expecting cheesy goodness. I laughed so hard. I wonder if that will keep him from grabbing the cheese that I’m grating? Eh, probably not.

As with all of the pinwheels I make, there is usually some sort of spread that is applied to the tortilla or wrap. For Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels, I missed up a mixture of cream cheese, Russian dressing, and sauerkraut.

Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels

 This mixture is spread onto a tortilla, then it’s topped with shredded swiss cheese (you could use sliced swiss, if you prefer) and then thinly sliced corned beef. This is all rolled up and the process is repeated with the remaining ingredients. All of the rolled up tortillas are placed in the refrigerator for chilling for about 1 hour (they can chill longer if you wish to make them ahead of time for a party).

How to Make Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels

They are then removed from the refrigerator and sliced into rounds and served!

Here’s the complete recipe, ready for your to print or save to your ZipList:

Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup Russian Salad Dressing
  • 1/2 sauerkraut, rinsed and well drained
  • 8 ounces Swiss cheese, shredded
  • 12 ounces corned beef, thinly sliced
  • 8 flour tortillas (9 inches diameter)

Instructions

  1. Mix together cream cheese and Russian dressing until smooth and creamy. Mix in sauerkraut. Spread one side of a tortilla with cream cheese mixture, almost all the way to the edges. Sprinkle with about 1 oz of cheese. Lay a few slices of corned beef on top of cheese. Roll up tortilla tightly. Repeat with remaining ingredients, laying rolled tortillas on a plate. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Remove from refrigerator and slice into rounds and serve.
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Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels

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Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels

Comments

  1. Diana @EatMoveShine says

    Pinwheels are so much fun, and I love your reuben version. Need to try this one very soon- yum!

  2. says

    LOL! I love that your son accidentally mistook sauerkraut for cheese…that must have been a flavor surprise! ;)

    These sound like a perfect treat to serve up at a party!

    • says

      I was so glad to see that you made it! I thought for a brief moment to make the pizza (we have pizza for dinner every weekend), but decided to stick with my original idea. I bet it’s delicious!

  3. Shannon says

    I love making pinwheels especially during the summertime during the heat. So easy and delicious. I love this recipe.

  4. says

    I adore Reubens and your pinwheel version looks terrific!!! I’ll have to make these for my next book club meeting :)

  5. Carol Yemola says

    A lot of my friends love Reuben! This would be a great appetizer to serve at my next party.

  6. says

    bwaaa haaa haaaa – I don’t think I’d be able to breathe I’d be laughing so hard! Poor guy ;). I looooove me a good reuben, so I know these fun pinwheels are in my very near future, Brandie!

  7. says

    Your Reuben Tortilla Pinwheels look delicious! They remind me of the wonderful tea sandwiches we used to make when I was growing up. Pinwheels were very popular, but I don’t think we ever made a Reuben version – they are perfect as Reubens are one of my favourite sandwiches!

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