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    1 Reviews |  By MaMere

    Not to be confused with a "stuffing" this recipe stands on its own. This was made every year by MaMere as a side to the turkey on Thanksgiving. The leftovers (she made sure there were leftovers as she baked about 3 casseroles of this) were enjoyed by anyone who wished for them! It is a wonderful, warm, comfort food that stirs up great memories.

    Recipe #396763

    A girlfriend told me about the mayo trick when I was first married and I've never roasted a turkey or turkey breast without it since. The skin is crisp and flavorful and the meat is tender, moist and delicious. If you don't use the butter and broth, you will not have enough pan drippings to make gravy and you don't want to do that because this combo makes the best tasting gravy I've ever had. I've also added 1/2 cup of beer or wine to the mixture before and it was also spectacular. With slow roasting it, the meat stays so juicy I've actually had it squirt out when I insert the thermometer! I've never had a better turkey or turkey breast.

    Recipe #102335

    143 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Here's a Crock-Pot stuffing recipe I found in the Calgary Herald and thought I'd share it. I'm going to use it for Christmas with the vegetable stock for my vegetarian so I will add my comments after Christmas.

    Recipe #49609

    This is the stuffing that my mom makes very Thanksgiving, and it's absolutely divine. The holiday just isn't the same without the taste of this dish. The day after it's cooked, it's wonderful cold, too! This recipe makes enough for a 12-pound turkey, about three quarts of stuffing.

    Recipe #44938

    This is a meat stuffing my family has used all my life and before. This was given to my mother by her mother, and I imagine, her mother. Our whole family used this recipe. My daughter makes this stuffing as well, and now my granddaughters have the recipe so they will eventually use it. It is a very tasty stuffing so we make "tons" of it to freeze or use over the holidays. It's good on toast with gravy as a hot open sandwich. Or with turkey slices and gravy as a leftovers meal. You can make it a day or so ahead, but you must bring it to room temp if you are going to stuff your bird with it. ETA: I have always made the stuffing and put it into the turkey HOT. That way there is no problems with the turkey being overdone to make sure the stuffing is heated through. IN RESPONSE THE THE REVIEW DATED NOV 20 2007 ---- I appreciate your FYI, however, I have been making my turkey just this way for over 40 years, and have yet to lose a family member or friend. I have eaten it this way from "birth" since this recipe and method has been used by my mother and my grandmother before her.

    Recipe #142936

    This recipe mix is as close as I could make to the original! =) Easy to make with spices from your cupboard and no salt!

    Recipe #69629

    This is from the "George Foreman Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine Cookbook." I usually make it on the stove top. This is pretty darn tasty for a turkey burger.

    Recipe #263997

    from Alton Brown's show. Brining the bird is the key to moist meat. Made this again this year, only brined in just water instead of stock to save some dough. Again, the bird turned out perfect. Growing up, I hated white meat because it was always dry and grinding on your teeth ;-), now I love white meat. Cook time includes the brining time.

    Recipe #9954

    Herbs tucked under the skin gives the turkey a wonderful flavor the lemon juice gives a subtle hint of citrus. Recipe comes from Taste of Home Light & Tasty

    Recipe #53026

    Our family's traditional stuffing recipe for the Thanksgiving turkey. Although I have strayed from time to time over the years, this is the stuffing recipe I always return to. All ingredient amounts are estimated; Mom has never measured and neither have I. Mom wants me to remind you to be careful with the amount of sage you use. Start off using a small amount of sage then adjust as needed. Please note that for safety reasons I do not place the stuffing into the cavity of the turkey, rather, I bake it separately. Finally and most importanly, *please avoid using commercially produced stock in this stuffing*. This is the stock recipe I use every time: Recipe #55282 And the bread recipe I've used the past several Thanksgivings: Recipe #102949

    Recipe #194442

    Traditional moist dressing, baked outside of the bird. I make this when I am cooking a turkey breast without the cavity.

    Recipe #267490

    This is the classic bread dressing I make every year for Thanksgiving. I think it's from a Betty Crocker cookbook. Just posting it here to keep track of it.

    Recipe #339692

    Very moist and tender.

    Recipe #25518

    24 Reviews |  By DDW

    Want a wonderful smelling house? Try this one out! Turkey dinner is the favorite at our house and we all like white meat the best. This recipe is so great and the juices make a superb gravy. This comes from '00 Taste of Home. I highly recommend it. The serving size and cooking time would really depend on what size turkey breast you are cooking. Please adjust accordingly.

    Recipe #76425

    8 Reviews |  By byZula

    A clone of the original favorite.

    Recipe #183091

    This is a simple recipe for a Turkey Breast on the bone. It comes out very moist. The next day I take the remaining turkey meat & make open faced turkey sandwiches (1 can Campbell's Turkey Gravy mixed with 1 can of Campbell's Mushroom Gravy in large skillet - heat on medium then add turkey meat, reduce heat & simmer on low until ready to serve on sliced bread).

    Recipe #279220

    Beliefnet sends me a daily newsletter with a recipe. Honestly, sometimes the recipe isn't something that this Redneck would ever cook, but with the holidays coming up, this one is sounding good. And...a turkey breast is just enough for a single gal and maybe a couple of friends.

    Recipe #143845

    This recipe is from my MIL, Joyce. Good stuff!

    Recipe #48098

    This is very tasty and tender. Great with cranberry sauce.

    Recipe #253907

    Easy dressing which goes well with simple turkeys or chickens

    Recipe #200807

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