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Good Thanksgiving Dressing Recipe?

I need a good recipe for thanksgiving dressing that isn’t too complicated but tastes great….I have never made my own dressing and there are so many recipe’s out there on the websites I am lost….any suggestions? Thanks.

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4 Responses to “Good Thanksgiving Dressing Recipe?”

  1. paperback_writer2003 said :

    My Family’s Ungodly Cornbread Recipe.

    You should now consider yourself privileged to have this. I strongly suggest making it on Thanksgiving Day so that it’s not too dry.

    2 pkgscornbread mix (Make sure you use NO sugar)
    1lb. sausage
    4C chopped celery
    3C chopped onion
    3/4Cchopped parsley
    1-1/2 trubbed savory
    1-1/2 tdried sage leaves
    1-1/2 tdried thyme leaves
    1T salt
    1/2t pepper
    1 canchicken broth (undiluted)
    3 eggs, slightly beaten
    1/2Cbutter or margine

    1. Cook cornbread as directed (except sugar. No sugar. Don’t even think of putting sugar in it)
    2. In a large skilled, cook sausage until done but not too brown
    3. Remove sausage with slotted spoon, then cook vegetables in the drippings
    4. Crumbled cooled cornbread in huge bowl
    5. Add all other ingredients and mix thoroughly
    6. Stuff turkey or put in casserole dish to bake

  2. M S 3 5 said :

    this is my own, not sure of measurements

    buy 3 bags of Gladiola yellow cornbread mix
    make the cornbread as directed (i think this uses just eggs and milk)

    1 cup chopped bell pepper
    1 cup chopped onion
    1 cup chopped celery

    1 cup chicken or turkey broth
    1/2 cup melted butter

    to taste, salt pepper, poulty seasoning, sage

    crumble cornbread in 9X 13 baking pan
    add all the cut ingredients, add the seasonings

    then add the melted butter and broth, mix then pack it down even, doesnt have to be too hard, just even

    cook at 400 degree covered with foil, till browned on edges (about 45min to 1 hr)

    good luck

  3. waterfan09 said :

    This is simple and very moist
    1 skillet of cornbread
    3 biscuits baked (I use the frozen Food City Brand)
    6 large pieces of celery ( Chopped)
    1 large onion (Chopped)
    1 egg
    2 Tablespoons of Sage
    2 Tablespoons of Black Pepper
    4 to 5 cans of Chicken Broth ( I usually cook a small chicken & use the broth from it) I think it make it taste better.

    Mix all together & bake at 350 for about 1 hour.

  4. Zana-Di Girl said :

    4 loafs of bread (enriched stuffing bread)
    Leave it out to get hard starting tonight. Thursday morning, soak the bread in water and ring it out as best you can.
    Blend 2 eggs, 1/2 – 1 onion, 2-3 celery stalks, sage, salt & pepper & the liver of the turkey. Pour this blended mixture over the pre-soaked/squeezed bread and mash together with your hands. Stuff the turkey and put remainder of stuffing in baking dish (baste the extra stuffing with the turkey juice)


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