With its creamy Thousand Island dressing, stacked corned beef or pastrami and Swiss cheese, the traditional reuben is a high-calorie affair. Our version uses a homemade tomato dressing, Jarlsberg cheese, ham and turkey for a full-flavor version under 300 calories
Prepare coleslaw: In a medium bowl, combine cabbages, carrots and parsley. Stir in vinegar, yogurt, stevia, pepper and salt, if desired. Cover and marinate in refrigerator for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, prepare Sweet Tomato Dressing: In a small bowl, stir together yogurt, tomatoes, stevia and salt until evenly mixed. While stirring, mash tomatoes to release their juices. Set aside.
Assemble 1 sandwich by dividing 2 tbsp Sweet Tomato Dressing among 2 slices of bread. Place 1/2 oz cheese on 1 slice of bread. Add 1 oz ham and 1/2 oz turkey over top of cheese. Pile about 1/4 cup coleslaw on top of ham and turkey. Finish with second slice of bread and press firmly. Broil sandwich either in toaster oven or oven for 2 minutes, flip and broil for 2 more minutes. Repeat with remaining ingredients to assemble second sandwich. To serve, cut sandwich in half and serve with 3/4 cup coleslaw on the side.
Serving Size: 1 cup coleslaw, 2 T dressing, 1/2 oz cheese, 1 1/2 oz meat, 2 slices bread
Skip the preservatives and sugar often added to traditional Caesar dressings - here we make a high-fiber, real-food Caesar-style dressing and use it in these satisfying wraps for grab-and-go lunches or lazy dinners.
Flank steak is an affordable, lean cut, which benefits from quick cooking. Since it does not have extensive marbling, cooking to medium rare or medium, and slicing thinly against the grain, will result in the most tender texture.