Made exactly as written and I must admit I was a bit nervous when I put it in the oven. You see, I had made Potato Filling when we lived in the Pennsylvania Dutch area many years ago and this did not look the same. It was soupier and I seemed to recall that they never peeled the potatoes back then. However, this dish set up just fine and tasted just how we remembered. Well worth the effort but next time I am going to scrub the potatoes and leave the skins on!
Everything is similar to my grandmother's recipe except she did not chop/cut the onions and celery finely! Great filling/stuffing!
my Nana also used to make this :) This year is my first Thanksgiving and I had to carry on the tradition, thank you!!! I made it tonight to serve tomorrow and I just know it's going to be just like old times
This Is a great Pa dutch recipe I did use a bag of bread cubes and added a small amount of saffron A+++This One Is a Kepper!
I was just about to post my recipe for filling when I found this one, which is identical. Yes, my Nana made this too and we are very Pennsylvania Dutch. This is delicious, especially with giblet gravy. On special occasions try adding 2 cups chopped fresh oysters. Definite comfort food for me!