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I am creating a stuffing recipe and would like some help with it. So this thread is about stuffing/ dressing. What type of breads do you use? Ratio between bread and broth? Favorite recipes? Any and all information would be a great help, thank you.

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>NOOOOO YOU CAN'T TRY TO MAKE TURKEY TASTE GOOD

>> No.13167315

My recipe is pretty plain now:
1. French bread croutons
2. Fresh turkey broth
2a. Maybe some chicken stock
3. Onions, celery, and small amounts of carrots and red bell peppers (mainly for color)
4. Sage, rosemary, ...?

>> No.13167332

>>13167311
I don't need too try, turkey is already delicious.

>> No.13167431

>>13167300
I like to get a pack of chicken hearts and dice them up and add it to the stuffing. Gives a great flavor and adds nicely to the texture.

>> No.13167443

>>13167311
i liked the bit where he said he couldn't make his wife cum without another man

>> No.13167539

>>13167300
Cornbread, cream of chicken, cream of celery, chicken broth, celery, boiled eggs, onion, poultry seasoning, salt, pepper, garlic. Mix is all up until it's almost a soupy mess and then bake for awhile at 350. Top will get a good crust and the inside will be moist.

>> No.13167573

Any recipe that includes oysters.

>> No.13167655

>>13167300
https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2010/11/classic-sage-and-sausage-stuffing-or-dressing-recipe.html

This is the recipe I use for the base. But for the add ins for the stuffing, I actually use diced ham, cremini mushrooms, onions, and parsley. Season with a generous amount of paprika, and salt and pepper. You can use turkey giblets too if that's included inside your turkey. Dice them up and fry them up with the ham, add and sweat onions, mushrooms, then season and add parsley last. Mix with egg, bread, and broth. I bake mine separately because I don't usually make a whole turkey (I will bake a turkey breast or leg, and then also make salmon for non turkey lovers). But it's also delicious actually inside a bird, this is based on my dad's recipe and that's how he did it.

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>>13167300
Family usually uses the Hillshire Farms kind. I forget the specifics of that, but the gravy part tends to use oyster stew, cream of mushroom, and hardboiled eggs. Again, there could be more to it but that's all I remember.

Now let's get this onto a tray!

>> No.13168839

>>13167573
This person knows whatof they speak.
Oyster dressing all the way. Just like mom made every year. We're serious. There can be no other.

>> No.13168902

>>13167311
>NOOOOOO YOU CAN'T SATISFY YOUR WIFE YOU NEED SOMEONE ELSE TO DO IT

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