Homemade Corned Beef Sandwiches

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
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Corned Beef Sandwiches are the homemade take on the classic deli sandwiches of corned beef with toasted rye bread, sauerkraut and Russian dressing.

We have some delicious and popular Corned Beef recipes on the blog. You can make Slow Cooker Corned Beef or Instant Pot Corned Beef recipe. Corned beef leftovers don’t have to be boring when you can make these delicious sandwiches for lunch or dinner.

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Easy Corned Beef Sandwiches

Sandwiches and Corned Beef are my weakness. I live in New York City, and we have lots of deli shops here. We also have a lot of Jewish eateries. Do you know what those two have in common? They serve amazing sandwiches! Also, a good deli sandwich will make you come back for more and more every single time.

Every time I am at a Jewish dinner, I have a hard time deciding between the pastrami sandwich and the corned beef sandwich. Most of the time I will choose the latter because Corned Beef Sandwiches are my absolute favorite. With this easy recipe, you can make them anytime you want! I love using Slow Cooker Corned Beef in this recipe and highly recommend you make it too!

Homemade corned beef sandwiches photo.

What Do You Put On Corned Beef Sandwiches?

These flavorful and delicious sandwiches are perfect any day of the week. You can enjoy them for St. Patrick’s day, to host a party, or game day. You will need:

  • Rye Bread – well, this is not IN, but classic corned beef sandwiches are made on rye bread.
  • Russian Dressing
  • Dill Pickle Relish
  • Sauerkraut
  • Swiss Cheese – this one is optional, a Jewish eatery will never serve their sandwiches with cheese.

How Do You Cook Corned Beef?

  • In the Slow Cooker, it takes about 8-10 hours on low and this is the recipe I always make!
  • Oven option –  it will take about 4-6 hours, depends how big is the brisket.
  • In the Pressure Cooker – it will take about 1.5 hours, try my Instant Pot Corned Beef recipe.

Image of homemade corned beef sandwiches on rye bread.

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Corned Beef Sandwiches

Corned Beef Sandwiches are the homemade take on the classic deli sandwiches of corned beef with toasted rye bread, sauerkraut and Russian dressing.

Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 6 servings
Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 7 hours 40 minutes Total time: 7 hrs 50 mins

Ingredients

If you don't have Russian dressing, here is how to make it:

Instructions

If Making Homemade Corned Beef:

If Using Store Bought Corned Beef:

If Making Homemade Russian Dressing

Sandwiches:

If using Swiss Cheese:

Notes:

Drain corned beef and sauerkraut of excess water.

Nutrition information

0 Calories: 568 Carbohydrates: 39 Protein: 26 Fat: 34 Saturated Fat: 12 Cholesterol: 87 Sodium: 2124 Potassium: 458 Fiber: 3 Sugar: 14 Vitamin A: 425 Vitamin C: 27.6 Calcium: 373 Iron: 3.4
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Nutmeg Nanny

I love corned beef! These sandwiches look delicious!

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Sabrina

My husband loves a classic corned beef sandwich! He's going to go nuts for this!

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carrie @ frugal foodie mama

I don't think I have ever had pickle relish on a corned beef sandwich before! This looks delicious. :)

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Krista

Love this! Great way to change up sandwiches!

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Angela

Juice? What kind of juice??

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oops lemon or pickle juice :)

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Cindy

Going to make this today Happy New Year 2020 Thank You

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Happy New Year :)

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roger perner

Ummmmm....where you been hiding ? Pickle relish been around since year dot. You been missing out. Enjoylol.

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Ryan

Hello! Thank you for this recipe. Could you tell me if you used the point or flat cut of corned beef? I'm making corned beef for my Irish girlfriend and her family, and these sandwiches look better. I just don't want to mess it up. I want them to look shredded/pulled exactly like yours. Thank you. :)

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Usually, the flat cut is used, and it shreds amazingly! I have the recipe on the blog, look for Slow Cooker Corned Beef of Instant Pot Corned Beef!

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