November 12, 2017
Comfort Food, Side Dishes, Budget-Friendly,
Easy/Beginner Cooking, Quick Meals, Christmas, Easter, Entertaining, Sunday Dinner, Stove Top, Vegetarian, Make it from scratch, Herbs more
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"At our house we roast many the turkey over the year, this is an old-fashioned family recipe we love and one we often make to add variety to our turkey dinners."
Place cubed bread in large container and dry overnight.
In large skillet melt butter over medium-low heat saute onions and celery, add seasonings, add hot broth.
Slowly add and stir in the cubed bread into skillet mixing until evenly coated.
Season cavity of turkey and stuff with the dressing.
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Absolutely wonderful! As I cut our parsley from the garden out back we used less than the amount required. I also didn't have poultry seasoning so combined tarragon, thyme and marjoram (about 2 tsp each) to make the poultry seasoning. The dressing was wonderful (my bread was whole wheat) and a wonderful way to use up the extra loaf of bread. This made a lot and was enjoyed by all. Thanks for sharing!