if you like oysters, this is a great alternative to regular, boring stuffing.
We really like oysters but are too used to (and love) traditional stuffing. We like our stuffing tasting like turkey, not like oysters. So think this is a great recipe if you're looking for an oyster stuffing, but it wasn't for us.
Simple and very tasty. I've been cooking oyster stuffing for years and this was by far the best result. I cooked it seperatly in a cassarole dish covered with tin foil, adding broth from the turkey and skipped all the fancy spices. I thought I over toasted the bread, but it came out perfect. Also used three eggs.
How can you go wrong with oysters? I used 2 pints and made my own stuffing bread from a receipe on the King Arthur site at http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/turkey-stuffing-bread-recipe. I wish I'd added the liquid from the oysters and omitted some of the broth just to intensify the oyster taste. also, I didn't chop the oysters because they seemed small. This worked out fine.
This came out great. I used jar oysters, so I chopped them beforehand. Also I used a combination of water and leftover oyster juice because I didn't have any stock. It looked very moist, so I skipped the eggs. Doubled the recipe and baked in a 9x13 pan. Everyone loved it!
This is divine! Don't tell anyone there are oysters in it (that's what my mom did and it was the first thing to go at Thanksgiving) and people will inhale it. I have served this where everyone ate this stuffing and not the regular kind. They had NO idea there were oysters in it. I don't like oysters but THIS is my favorite stuffing recipe.
This was a good stuffing. We love oyster stuffing and always wanted to try it but was afraid of wasting the oysters if it didn't turn out. I'm so glad i tried this , I will make this often, not just for the holidays. Thank you for posting.
This recipe is amazing! I can't wait to make it again this Thanksgiving. My only suggestions: 1. Vegetable stock substitute is fine. 2. If you're not going to stuff it in the turkey, I like making it the night before. I think it actually tastes better the next day, reheated in the oven.
To die for. My friend made this for us and it was so incredible! Just a note, do not cover, took a while to get it to dry.