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Bacon adds richness to this delicious stuffing recipe. Fresh veggies brighten it up.
The dried herb coating and pilaf-style stuffing add old-world appeal to Thanksgiving's familiar center of attention.
All-time favorite ingredients -- celery, mushrooms, onion, and poultry seasoning -- season the stuffing perfectly.
Pears, pecans, and nutmeg create a festive holiday twist on old-fashioned stuffing. It's equally delicious when baked in a casserole and served as a side dish.
For the corn bread needed in this stuffing, bake two 8-1/2-ounce packages of corn muffin mix.
This 2000 contest winner impressed our staff. Shiitake mushrooms and soy sauce are added to convenient herb stuffing mix for a fresh, new Asian spin on classic stuffing.
Menus vary from table to table, but turkey and stuffing still remain constants for this all-American holiday.
Use leftover corn bread or bake a package of corn bread mix for this Southern-style stuffing.
If desired, spoon this nutty stuffing into a 1-quart casserole and chill for up to 24 hours. Stir in 1/4 cup water and bake in a 375-degree oven for about 30 minutes or until heated through.
In a modern-day pairing, cranberries from the North meet pecans from the South.
This lavish stuffing will delight everyone at your table.
Simply terrific! This moist and flavorful saucepan recipe eliminates the work and mess of stuffing and trussing the holiday bird.
Substitute the giblet cooking liquid for the chicken broth or water for a flavorful alternative. We've pictured it here with Candied Sweet Potatoes with Peaches and Roast Turkey with Pan Gravy.
Giblets refer to the heart, liver, gizzard, and sometimes the neck of poultry. They are often found bagged in the cavity of the bird.
Fill the turkey with any kind of stuffing. Check roasting times for various size turkeys. Stuffed turkeys take longer to roast.