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Sage Stuffing Recipe

1 large loaf
2 teaspoons
2 teaspoons
1/2 teaspoon
3 stalks
1
1 stick
1 – 1 1/2 cups
white bread, cubed
rubbed sage
poultry seasoning
salt
celery, sliced
onion, chopped
butter, melted
chicken broth

Oven Temp: 350°
Recipe Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Stuffing Pan Type: 2 1/2 quart casserole


Sage Stuffing Directions

Preheat your oven.

Tear or cut bread into bite size pieces.
Add spices and toss to blend.
Add celery and onions.
Toss well.
Add melted butter and stir to blend.
Pour half of broth on bread mixture and add enough remaining broth until desired texture is achieved.

Recipe Note: If you are baking the sage dressing on the side instead of stuffing the turkey, make the dressing a little bit moister than you prefer because it will dry out as it bakes.
For baking a pan of sage dressing on the side, bake for 30 minutes at 350°.
If you are going to stuff the turkey, then lean towards the drier side because it will collect moisture as it cooks.
Stuff the dressing lightly into chest cavity of turkey.

Stuffing Recipe Yields: Enough sage stuffing for a 10 pound turkey.

Note: We make sage stuffing every time our family gets together. It's good, healthy and taste wonderful. Most good and healthy foods are made from healthy ingredients that will keep you as healthy as you can be. Always try to shop local for as many of the ingredients as you can. You never know just where some stores are buying their goods. All of your recipes (and your family) will benefit from using only the finest ingredients. Good cooks know to buy the best, wash it, and cook it up with tender loving care.


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