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Delicious Bergy! Prepared it on Christmas Eve and enjoyed it with our turkey on Christmas day. I used craisins, dried sage and brown sugar. Looked great on our buffet table too, thanks Bergy for another winner.
We had an early Christmas dinner last night with some of the family. I made a half recipe of this delicious stuffing and filled our very small turkey. It was easy to make, colourful to look at, and delicious to eat. I'm still interested in trying it cooked seperately in the oven, but it worked fantastically the other way.Thanks Bergy for yet another wonderful recipe we'll be making again
I love the tart pop of the cranberries against the soft taste of the bread and sage. Tasty. I will definitely do variations.....apples, nuts, more spices. This will become a standard base.
This is my second time making this stuffing and I love it! I like apple in place of the celery and this time had to use lemon zest instead of orange because that's all I have, but it smells delicious once again. Thank you for posting :)
This gave me the start to a great stuffing I served to a group of seniors. I omitted the orange rind, sugar and eggs. I used an equal amount of poultry seasoning as sage (dried). The fragrance as it was in the oven was awesome. I added more chicken broth as it was warming in the oven to get it to the moistness I wanted. It was easy to make lots (we were serving 40). For 40 two cups of dried cranberries was lots so I can't imagine using the two cups dried in one batch. I covered it with foil in the oven. I have always stuffed my turkey but will probably serve this at Christmas as my family loves stuffing. Thanks Bergy for pointing me in the right direction.
I didn't really like it very much, but my hubby liked it a lot. I thought it was too sweet and didn't have enough sage. Then again, I love sage! I think I'll try it again another time and put more sage, less sugar!
This was our Thanksgiving stuffing and one of the best dishes of our dinner! Love the cranberries in the stuffing, I've never had that before.
This dish was excellent... I am actually not a fan of cranberries but they were very good in this dish
Thanks to Bergy's very kind response to my unfavorable coments on her recipe,I had the opportunity to learn what had gone wrong with my preparing it,,She told me that in trippling a recipe some hebs should be cut back or they can be overpowering,I had never put that into concideration and most asuredly was the problem in my preparing this recipe,,Id also suggest you cut back on the onions as well in this recipe if your going to double or tripple it, Im sure if I had concidered cutting back on the sage and onions in trippling this recipe it most probably would have came out beautifully,,so Thank you Bergy for responding to my reveiw and gving me the opportunity to learn what I had done wrong and sugesting what I can do to fix the problem,so the unfavorable coments I gave with this recipe was not the fault of the chef but in my not concidering that some herbs need cutting back when trippling a recipe,thats what I love about Zaar,learning new ideas and getting the chance to try new recipes Happy Holidays and Happy cooking to all!!! Thanks again Bergy!!! Debbie