The Reuben gets a Passover makeover by swapping rye bread (which is chometz) for the holiday staple, matzo! The crispy cracker gives the iconic sandwich a satisfying crunch. There is no need to go hungry on Passover, not with dishes like THIS ready to stuff in your mouth.
- 4 eggs
- 4 slices of corned beef, chopped into small pieces
- 2 pieces of matzo crackers or matzo
- Russian Dressing
- Optional: black pepper for serving
- Heat up a frying pan with 1 tablespoon oil. Scramble eggs together in large bowl then pour into pan. Let sit in pan a few minutes before swirling eggs around pan.
- Scramble eggs together then add corned beef pieces to pan (reserving some for serving) Cook for a minute or two so it heats up with the eggs.
- Remove scrambled eggs and corned beef from pan and set aside.
- Spread Russian dressing over matzo crackers. Top with scrambled eggs and corned beef mixture. Drizzle additional Place sauerkraut on top then drizzle Russian dressing and add a dash of black pepper.
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