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These ingredients are a great combo for stuffing. But I add chopped apples and use liquid broth. The apples make for GREAT tasting flavor, try it!
I am getting ready for Christmas Dinner and all my recipes are coming from this site. Your turkey stuffing is awesome and so simple to make!!! I did scale it down, so that I could try it with chicken, before making the family guinea pigs, once again. My husband and I both loved it. The only change I made was to use vegetable oil, instead of margarine for cooking the onions and celery. When I scaled the recipe for 2 people, I used an oven proof 2 cup soup bowl, which would be deeper than the suggested dish for the full recipe. It took 40 minutes to cook, to the crispness that we like, and still held some moisture. Thanks Debb, for your wonderful contribution to our family's Christmas. Serve with all the trimmings, including my recipe for Spicy Cranberries. Sincerely, Chef roslan
For something different we had turkey over Easter and tried your stuffing and it turned out perfect. Very Yummy. Thanks
I really liked this recipe, but I had to doctor it up a bit...I used butter instead of margerine & I sauted mushrooms with the onions & celery!
wow!! this stuffing is fabulous!!(without the onions of course lol) i love it and the only reason i omitted the onions is allergy reasons but the sage sure puts some extra zing into it!!!!!
Great! A big hit! I had to double the recipe to feed everybody and added 1 lg. granny smith and 1/2 cup of raisins to the existing recipe. Plus, seeing as I didn't stuff the turkey with it and everyone in the family likes moist dressing anyway, I used a baster and sifoned off some droppings out of the cooking bag and poured it over the dressing before I put in the oven. Fantastic!
A great recipe! I am a novice cook, and this was easy to follow, and tasted delicious! I will be saving this one. Thank you!
The stuffing came out too dry when baked in a casserole dish, but was perfect when stuffed in the turkey. The only changes I made were: I used butter instead of margarin and I used canned chicken broth.
This recipe was wonderful. I loved how easy it was to make. I used canned chicken broth, and reduced the sage to 1/2 tsp. Then I put everything in the crockpot for about 5 hours on low. It turned out really wonderful.
This stuffing had way too much sage (3t.), and the required oven time was way too long. I had to add more breadcrumbs and stock in order to dilute the flavor, and I think the oven time could be cut in half. I was disappointed, especially since I served it to a party 15 for Thanksgiving dinner!