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    Does anyone know how to make stuffing/dressing?

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    I want to make stuffing/dressing for dinner tonight & mentioned getting stove top. DH said "just make it yourself!" since I've been bugging him about needing to be better at food budgeting.

    So, does anyone know how? I'm finding lots of conflicting recipes online

    I have chicken stock (homemade!), bread, walnuts, onion, wild rice and seasoning. That should be enough, right?
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    lol i use stove top and add sausage and use chicken broth instead of water...no one has ever known it was out of a box lol
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    I'm no help, I can't find the recipe, but I always made it with cornbread, so that is what I am used to (pretty much like stove top)
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    I usually sautee onions and celery, boil some chicken stock, and then mix it in with the stove top. Bake it and it tastes so much more homemade!


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    The best dressing is made from cornbread. All you have to do is make cornbread according to pkg directions. When it has finished baking, crumble it into a bowl and add poultry seasoning, chopped onion, chopped celery, chopped boiled eggs, salt, and pepper. Add enough chicken stock to make this mixture almost like it's liquid all over again (like when you were first mixing the cornbread mix to make the cornbread) and season more as necessary (just taste it as you go). Then pop it back into the oven and bake until it has firmed up (like 15 minutes or something). Delicious!
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    I dislike a dry dressing, that being said I don't know if I can tell you the amount of ingredients but I can tell you how I make it.

    Dry bread cubes (from the store if none available at home)
    Red delicious apple small bite sized cubes
    Celery 2-4 stalks chopped
    Medium onion chopped
    Walnuts chopped 1/2 - 1 cup
    Poultry seasoning
    Chicken broth

    I usually put in half again the mount of broth that is recommended. Add all the chopped items and the poultry seasoning to taste. I like a heavier seasoning taste. I add and stir then taste and keep adding seasoning until I have the amount of seasoning that I like. Place in a lightly greased baking dish, bake and serve. I've been making it this way since my mom taught me at a young age.
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    I don't know, but I love stuffing! Good luck!

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