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My Family ABSOLUTELY loves this. I have been threatened not to remove it from the regulars at our house.

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cableagency February 15, 2010

We liked this. I used Home Pride preseasoned stuffing mix instead of trying to figure out my own. The only change I would make is perhaps a different type of cheese. The swiss just doesn't do anything for us. I really like how convenient this is. I have it precut up and frozen into lunch size portions so we can just grab and go. I'll make it again wiht a few tweeks, thanks!

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Jadelabyrinth May 06, 2009

This was good and worked well for me.I took another reviewers suggestion and used boxed stuffing.I used aldis brand one turkey and one savory herb.Also I was out of swiss and we used muenster cheese.We will make this again.

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motherof5tooooo December 01, 2008

This was good. Nothing extrodinary, but a good way to use up leftovers.

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seesko November 23, 2007

Loved the flavor! Turned out really yummy!

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Paragon October 09, 2006

This one didn't work out well for me, though I followed the instructions faithfully. Unfortunately, it did not hold its shape and umolded itself all over the table. It was also quite bland and much too eggy for my taste. Sorry.

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NotElizabeth February 16, 2006

This recipe was very easy and tasty. It is a great way to use up leftover turkey. I used 2 boxes of Stove Top turkey stuffing mix and followed the recipe with the exception of adding extra seasonings. I think I might add a little salt next time though. The casserole came right out of the bundt pan without sticking!

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Jennifer Wood January 09, 2006
Turkey in the Bundt (Leftover Turkey)