Lets Get Stuffed

In the spirit of our annual feast, and seeing my American friends are having Thanksgiving this week. I asked a dear friend of mine if she and her husband would be willing to share their delicious stuffing recipe.  Every year for the feast the two of them make a ridiculous amount of stuffing for everyone in attendance.  It is definitely one of the dishes that everyone looks forward to year after year.   I hope some of you have a chance to try it out this year.

Here are some shots of them putting some elbow grease into the making of the stuffing.
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Yummy Stuffing – Courtesy of the Knowles’
Main Stuffing Image1 loaf dried bread
1 pkg sausage
2 cups chopped celery
2 cups chopped onion
1 cup butter
1.5 tsp poultry seasoning
1 tsp sage
Salt and pepper
Chicken stock or Veggie Stock

  1. The night before layout the bread so that it can dry out
  2. Cut up the bread into small pieces, set aside
  3. Take the sausage out of the casing, and fry it up in a pan breaking it down into tiny pieces. Remove from pan
  4. Fry up the onion, celery and butter until soft. Add the seasonings
  5. Mis together the bread, sausage, and onion/celery mixture. Add some chicken stock until the mixture is just moistened (you don’t want it to be soggy).
  6. Bake in a casserole dish for 45 minutes at 350F, mixing it once or twice (adjust cooking time based on depth of pan), should be a nice mix of crispy and soft.

This year for our Feast eight loaves of bread were used!  I think it was a new record!

Thanks again so much for sharing!!!

Happy Wednesday! We are halfway there!


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