12 Reviews

We had to modify this a little bit for our Christmas dinner since every grocery store was out of dried bread cubes, so we used 1 box of Mrs. Cubbison's mix instead. It was very good, and we'll be making this one again! Thanks!

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shannonA January 18, 2006

This was outstanding! I also replaced the shallot with onion - all I had - and used 6 slices of Italian bread, which was more than enough. The herb blend was good and did not overpower the stuffing. Thank you for a wonderful recipe.

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Bokenpop aka Madeleine November 24, 2005

Tried this one out this year for something different. Family really enjoyed it. I used Jimmy Deans hot sausage. The only thing I added was chopped mushrooms. Will make this again. Thanks!

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JULIE T. November 29, 2013

I made this to go with roast beef with port and stilton gravy. I replaced the sausage meat with ground beef and added a large tablespoon of fresh thyme and finely chopped garlic clove ( as that were the flavours i used in the gravy) and omitted the marjoram and chives , i then shaped the stuffing into walnut-sized balls and baked for about 20 - 25 minutes. Everyone was really impressed! Thank you so much for this recipe!

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Natalia #3 January 17, 2009

We liked this recipe a lot. I boiled a turkey neck for 30 minutes and added a little of that meat and liquid to the mixture and used a whole roll (1lb) of Jimmy Dean's sage stuffing. I also added one package of crushed Saltine Crackers, fresh sage leaves and some poultry seasoning to the mixture. It was very good and will make this one again.

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miss_treated1 November 28, 2008

Made this for Thanksgiving and it was fantastic. No leftovers. Everyone loved it so much, that they want me to make it again very soon. I substituted onions for the shallots and used turkey sausage. Will definately keep this in my recipe book.

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mafanador November 27, 2008

I misread this recipe and used onions instead of shallots. I love cornbread so used 4 cups of bread and 4 cups cornbread and then added mushrooms b/c I love them. This turned out fabulous!

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eaern November 25, 2007

Fabulous! This is the first time I made stuffing that didn't come out of a bag. It was great, I used several types of bread including some wheat hotdog buns I had in the pantry. I used about 1 1/2 cups of broth, because we like our stuffing on the moist side. Thanks!

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Teresa in Charleston November 22, 2007

We had an early Thanksgiving this year. I made this the day before and popped it in the oven to heat the next day. This stuffing was eaten up to the very last bite. Everyone liked it. I used 1 cup of broth and the stuffing was on the drier side (not mushy at all). That's how we like our stuffing.

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beckas November 13, 2006

The flavor of this was just right, but it was a little drier than I had hoped. I added an additional 1/2 cup broth, but should have added even more. I'll definitely make this again....it very much reminds me of childhood Thanksgivings. Thanks for posting!

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sandrasothere November 29, 2005
Sausage Stuffing