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Cornbread Dressing Recipe

1 package
8 – 10   slices
5 teaspoons
2 teaspoons
1 teaspoon
1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon
1 pound
4 cups
1 stick
4 – 6 stalks
1 large
2 large
cornbread, made without the sugar
whole wheat bread
sage
poultry seasoning
salt
pepper
turkey wings
turkey broth
butter
celery
green pepper, chopped
onions, chopped

Pan Type: large kettle


Cornbread Dressing Directions

Cook turkey wings in 5 cups water to make turkey broth.
Broth will cook down about a cup, you should have 4 cups when turkey wings are done.
Meat may be pulled from the bone and used in the gravy if desired or added to the dressing.
Cool broth slightly.
Break up the cornbread into large roasting pan.
Tear the bread into bite size pieces and add to corn bread.
Add salt, sage and poultry seasoning.
Toss with hands to mix spices into the bread.
Add chopped celery, chopped green pepper, onions and mix.
Melt butter and pour over cornbread.
Add turkey broth and mix dressing well.
Stuff turkey if desired.

Recipe Note: If you have cornbread dressing left over after stuffing the bird you can bake it on the side in a casserole dish for 45 to 60 minutes.


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