148 Reviews

this has become my favorite recipe for stuffing. The first time I made this. I used the crockpot. I did not like it as well because it was very moist. I now make it in the oven and it was a lot better. I did use Herbs de provincal(sp?). The flavor was very good using these herbs. Thanks for this recipe. Will be making it for Thanksgiving..

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Diane S July 09, 2015

Very good starter with the listed ingredients! My family's palette is a bit more experienced though so I had to "punk it up" a bit. Added fresh mushrooms, garlic, macadamia nuts, raisins and water chestnuts. (I also added more stock). This for a side dish and inside 4 cornish game hens for a beautiful Christmas Eve Dinner.

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Fawn R. December 24, 2014

Although it would be faster on the stove It saved me room on the stove top! Came out awesome!

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Sica December 03, 2014

Hi Dibs!!!!!! I have never made stuffing outside the bird but our turkey preferred to be "undressed" this year. No dressing required! This was amazing! I cheated and used 14 oz. bag of pre-seasoned bread cubes, so I omitted the dry spices. I did saute' onions, celery and apple and suggested also added the fresh parsley. I did add more chicken stock, probably 3 C because the dried cubes are much drier than using lightly toasted fresh bread as you suggest. It was a winner and EZ PZ! Thanks for taking the worry out of making the Thanksgiving dressing!

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour November 30, 2014

This is the best stuffing I've made. I addd a handful or two of Craisins, along with 1/4 cup of raisins with the apple. Soo good.

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cgambon November 28, 2014

Easy and delicious - excellent recipe!! It was the perfect texture, moist but not "mushy" - and very flavorful! Everyone absolutely raved about it on Thanksgiving! I added cooked ground Italian sausage, which made it a little heartier. It was so easy to make - plus it was nice having one less thing to keep an eye on during all the Thanksgiving prep...just throw in the crock pot a few hours before the turkeys done. Thanks for the recipe!

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SammyJim33 November 25, 2014

SO GOOD! I used trader joes cornbread bread crumbs, and I didn't have an apple, and honestly I didn't need it, this was GREAT!!!! everyone loved it and I wish I would have made more. SO glad this recipe introduced me to savvory!

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sheri.raske December 15, 2013

Fantastic recipe!

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orangetoamber December 02, 2013

Doubled sage and savory as Dib's suggested. Made it on Thanksgiving day and didn't stuff it in the bird. The flavor was excellent by itself! Saved this recipe for holidays! Thanks for posting!

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SharonChen November 28, 2013

This is a dish I have never eaten or had before, but was so intrigued and had to try. I left out the savoury (didn't have any), substituted fresh parsley for celery tops (which taste like parsley and I already had) and I added a chicken wing (as suggested for extra flavour). My only suggestion is: grease your croc pot VERY well as this will stick. Great dish served with roast chicken and lashings of homemade gravy - yum! thanks for posting.

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cookingpompom October 21, 2013
Crock Pot Stuffing