Recipe by Kevin Ryan
"This stuffing is chock full of spices to really make this recipe sing. This is enough for one turkey."
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ground white pepper
ground black pepper
chopped fresh basil
chopped green onions
chopped fresh parsley
red bell pepper, chopped
jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced
hot pepper sauce
This is a LOT of work, but very good. Here is a tip for making it though, I have several picky family members who do not even eat stuffing because it has too many chunks of things that they do not like, so I minced everything. The result was fabulous! I did eliminate the cayenne pepper all together and I would recommend that if you make it this way, don't add the salt at all. The recipe has so many spices that it does not need the salt.
Polarizing recipe. About half my family liked it and the other thought it was bad. Too many conflicting spices for my taste.
I made this for Thanksgiving and it was the best stuffing I ever had!! I would also cut the Cayenne pepper down to 1 tsp.
I will make this again and again.
I just wanted to say thanks to Kevin for submitting this recipe. I am an American living in the UK, and so throw a Thankgiving bash here as an excuse to have a party. I made this stuffing because it just sounded so good. It was incredible. Everyone who attended said it was the best stuffing they'd ever tasted. I'll be using this recipe again and again.
My friend in Wisconsin made this recipe to celebrate Mardi Gras. She made it for approximately 20 people, so she had to cut back on the spice. I am from the south, and I have two tried and true recipes that do not even come close to this one! I have never had anything better. This stuffing was amazing! Thanks Kevin!
despite omitting the jalepno peppers this dish was still spicy hot. However I really did like it. I served with a crown roast pork. I will definetly make again however for myself and my family's sake I will cut down the cayenne pepper to 1 teaspoon.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! I made this recipe last year and it was a HUGE hit with my family. It was our first year having Thanksgiving at home (instead of with grandparents) so I had never made stuffing before... but this recipe is almost impossible to mess up. Being from the South, this recipe was actually not quite spicy enough for me so I was a bit more liberal with the cayenne pepper as well as adding about 1 tsp of paprika and about 1/4 cup of chives to the recipe. The spices are easily adjusted to your own personal taste without taking away from the recipe itself. In fact, I just hopped on to double-check the recipe so I can make it again this year! Definitely a keeper for a spiced-up Holiday meal.
One of my family's favorite new dishes for the holidays! I've made this for the last two years and everyone gobbles it down, no complaints. I usually add a little anduille or spicy italian sausage, apple and/or cheddar cheese for some zip. But I love the old-fashioned, from-scratch taste!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Creole Cornbread Stuffing
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 320
** Calories from Fat: 168
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