So I honestly don't remember where I came across this little gem. Cooking Light? Shape magazine? It was definitely a low fat recipe, hence the using of turkey instead of the traditional corned beef. Either way the sandwiches are delish.....though I'm guessing my side of fries negates the lower fat version.
Bread (I use the Rye/Pumpernickel variety.....I think the swirls are fun)
Turkey (Last time I was at the deli they had turkey pastrami so I got that, it was nothing short of awesome)
1000 Island Dressing
Lightly butter the "outside" of the bread...aka the part that will touch the pan
On the "inside" of the bread....aka the part that won't touch the pan...spread on some 1000 Island Dressing
Layer as much turkey, kraut and cheese as your heart desires. I find placing the cheese closest to the outside helps with the melting.
Cook each side of your sandwich till perfectly golden brown