I made Pachos today.
Just for you, Sunshine.
What are Pachos? Oh, that would be nachos made with thinly sliced potatoes in place of tortilla chips. Sometimes you gotta step out of the proverbial foodie box. My husband would say that I live there.
I can unequivocally say that the corned beef Reuben is my favorite sandwich ever. EVER. I love it made with Jewish seeded rye bread, toasted and very buttered, good Swiss cheese and sauerkraut. However, I don’t want Russian dressing on it. It has to be Thousand Island, and lots of it. Don’t even start with that whole “Russian and Thousand Island are the same” bullshit. I’ve had a few deli people tell me they are all the same.
I know better.
Russian is red as hell, not as thick, more tangy, and Thousand Island is mayonnaise based, has pickles (sometimes relish) and and just tastes better.
You know I’m right. I won’t listen to their nonsense.
No matter where I order one, I don’t care how much dressing is on the actual sandwich, I will be dipping it in an obscene amount sitting in a bowl in front of me.
Like enough to do a cannonball in.
If that’s wrong, then I just don’t want to be right.
These are outstanding. The Reuben flavors are perfect and work with the potatoes so well. It’s a fun appetizer to serve at a party or to make just because I think you should.
Here’s your printable-
And, yes, you did see a couple of jalapenos on top of mine.