REUBEN WAFFLE FRIES
Reuben Waffle Fries are a fun twist on classic Reuben Sandwiches! Seasoned waffle fries are loaded with chopped corned beef and sauerkraut, topped with lots of melted cheese and drizzled with Thousand Island Dressing right before serving.
While Reubens are not technically from Ireland (they were actually created in a New York deli), these have all of the yummy ingredients we love in popular Irish dishes – and are perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The perfect appetizer to nosh on with a cold beer!
Our favorite thing about St. Patrick's Day is the parade, the party and most importantly, the food!
For a quiet party at home, or for a rowdier party for a crowd, these delicious Reuben Waffle Fries are one of our favorite appetizers any time of the year. Perfect with corned beef on St. Patrick's Day, or the perfect way to use leftover corned beef the day after. These are the BEST Irish pub appetizer around!
For a special treat, serve these with homemade Thousand Island Dressing - it is the perfect sauce for dipping! And don't be afraid to shake up the potato option - you can always substitute regular crinkle-cut fries, or better yet, sweet potato waffle fries or tots for another great variation. My family loves these any way I make them!
1 bag (22 ounces) frozen seasoned waffle fries
½ pound corned beef (sliced)
¾ cup sauerkraut (drained) or ¾ cup shredded cabbage
2 cups shredded Swiss cheese
Thousand Island dressing
HOW I MAKE THESE:
Originally posted March 2016; revised and reposted March 2020.
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