Thats it for the boxed stuff and for pushing stuffing up the bird's you know what!! This was so simple and good. I used a lot of fresh sage (cuz I have a ton of it in my yard and I like it) and chicken stock instead of veggi stock. Made lots for freezing and using in other creative ways later. Thanks again Dancer^
This was perfect for our huge Thanksgiving pot luck dinner. I was busy all day preparing other things for the dinner so it was perfect to pile all the stuffing in the crock pot in the morning and not think about it until meal time. The outside was crunchy and the middle mushy so it pleased everyone. The crock pot was scraped to the bottom!
We smoked a turkey and deepfried a turkey, the oven was full of casseroles so cooking in the crockpot was a bonus. Tasty.
REAL Gooood. Second time I made this recipe. I did cut back the vegetable broth a little and it was still very moist. I did add sausage. I took Jimmy Dean (in the roll), fried it up like ground meat. Drained the fat and added it to bread mixture. You must try it. It added a great flavor. I'm not even a sausage lover.
This is an easy dish that frees up your time and oven on a heavy cooking day like Thanksgiving. In step 1 it says the melt the butter but the recipe didn't specify how much. I used about 1 tablespoon for half of the recipe. I sprayed the crock with non-stick cooking spray before adding the stuffing mix. About 1 hour before serving, I fluffed the stuffing with a fork and turned the crockpot to warm. I am sure I will be using this recipe again.
I made this for Thanksgiving. It is very easy to make and very flavorful. For my taste, I will cut down on some of the spices. Also I used 2 cups of chicken broth instead of 4 and found it to be moist enough for me. This recipe was nice because it allows me to use the oven for other dishes. I will use this again next year.
Excellent flavor and texture. Not only is this an easy recipe that saves space by using a crockpot, vegetarians and carnivores alike can enjoy this dish. I started out using 3 cups of broth, and added about 1/2 cup more about two hours before the stuffing was served.
Next time I make this I will make sure I'm feeding a larger crowd because it sure makes alot. I used 1/4 cup of butter to saute my vegetables in. I also added 1 medium sized apple, peeled and chopped (granny smith). I mixed my spices with my sauted vegetables,I read a article in a "Cooking With Herbs Cookbook" that you should always cook you spices,brings out the flavour etc.I also recommend you cut back the liquid to a cup and a half,four cups is just to much.Delicious!
I've made this twice now. The first time I was not too impressed but I tried it again last Sunday for Thanksgiving and it was pretty darned good. I cut back on the liquid used at first and then tested it an hour before serving when I added about another 1/4 cup of broth. There were no leftovers and everyone loved it. Thanks for a perfect stuffing recipe. Made my Sunday Thanksgiving a whole lot easier. Will be doing this one from now on.
Made this for a potluck at work.....everyone liked it a lot (probably the most of anything I've ever brought). I used only 2 cups of chicken broth (store out of vegetable) & made sure the bread cubes were REALLY dried out.