Recipe by Karin Christian
"Cornbread dressing, made into patties, and baked. Serve them with gravy poured over the top. Yummmm! Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com."
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1 (9 x 13 inch) pan
1 (12 ounce) can
refrigerated biscuit dough, baked
ground black pepper to taste
Just had to try this recipe as I have an aunt who does not care for extremely moist stuffing. These were great! Had a nice crispy exterior and moist interior. Best of both worlds for those people who really like the top of the stuffing (with the crust) but not the bottom (with the mush). People really seemed to enjoy them, even the teenagers. I made my biscuits and corn bread the night before, let them cool and crumbled them into a large bowl. Covered loosely with a tea towel and set on the counter to dry overnight. Then mixed everything up in the morning. This was a really easy recipe. I did increase the seasonings a bit as we like food with a little more flavor in our family. I would recommend this to anyone.
I made this for my husband for his office's Thanksgiving pot luck. It went over quite well, and it was very easy to make.
The only thing I didn't like about the patties was that there were large chunks of biscuit in them that disrupted the "dressing" flavor. The cornbread crumbles nicely, but biscuits are much denser, and they might benefit from a quick run through the food processor before being mixed in next time.
Amazing! I decided to try this recipe because I had a pan of cornbread and several biscuits left over from previous dinners. It was like Thanksgiving dinner all wrapped up into one neat little package. Huge hit with my kids. I already had biscuits made from "heart healthy" Bisquick, so I used those, and I used "No Chicken Chicken Broth" and Earth Balance spread in place of the turkey stock and butter and omitted the mushrooms (kids) and they were amazing. I also upped the spices just because we like a lot of flavor. I'll be making cornbread and biscuits just to make these!
made these for dinner cuz i had leftover biscuits and didn't want to throw them away. used chicken broth and added some browned sage pork sausage to patties, then poured peppered country gravy over the top. very good! will definitely make again.
i used this for thanksgiving and everyone loved it even my niece who doesnt like anything that doesnt come out of a box
A yummy way to re-prepare leftover dressing after Thanksgiving. I still added gravy and cranberry sauce and it was yummy.
I loved this! I don't eat meat, so I didn't add the poultry seasoning, and I used veg broth instead of turkey, but it was great! I liked that each bite had a bit of "crust" to it - so everyone, not just the first people to serve themselves, had that great "top layer" taste.
My Grandmother used to make dressing balls every year for Thanksgiving & Christmas. Unfortunately, I never got the recipe. These patties are pretty close to hers. They are simple to make and DELICIOUS!! A definite addition to my Thanksgiving and Christmas cooking list.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 56
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