5 Reviews

A very nice moist stuffing, love the addition of white raisins. Went nicely with baked chicken breasts.

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morgainegeiser December 20, 2013

Reviewed for Aus/NZ Forum Recipe Swap June 2011- easy to make and I liked that this stuffing mix doesn't have added oil or butter. Was a really moist mixture- but the flavours permeated the chicken and made for a lovely moist sweet rost chicken. I used two small 1 kilo chickens and roasted them in baking bags. I think next I would cit the chicken stock back by half. Photo also to be posted

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**Jubes** June 12, 2011

I doubled this recipe & made it as a dressing (didn't stuff the bird!) & heated it wrapped in heavy-duty aluminum foil! I did softy the diced onion in a fry pan with some butter & then cut back some on both the chicken stock & the pineapple juice (I don't care for an extremely moist dressing!) & that worked very well with the whole wheat breadcrumbs that I used! Served this up with some chicken breasts & had a great meal, thanks to your recipe, Peter! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my groupmates in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #32]

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Sydney Mike September 10, 2009

Made for the Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap ~ I liked this stuffing a lot, but DH was less enthused so we settled on 4*. It turns out he objected to the burst of flavor & texture of the raisins. I made a cpl of chgs, but feel I did not chg the "heart & soul" of your recipe. I made it as a stand-alone side to Chicken Paprika in Yogurt Sauce by Sharon123 & added a bit extra stock to allow for the fact it would not get moisture from being stuffed in a chicken & that worked well. This is easy to make, ideal to serve 2, very low-fat & will be made again w/o the raisins for the sake of my DH. Thx for sharing your recipe w/us.

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twissis April 03, 2008

I'm trying to help here (from South Africa!) American Zaarians probably know sultanas as "golden raisins". I hope I'm correct. I've also posted recipes with sultanas in it, and found many didn't know what it was. Sounds lovely, Peter!!

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Zurie November 19, 2007
Sultana Chicken Stuffing