"This is a family recipe to stuff your turkey with. My dad used to ask me to make a Thanksgiving dinner in June so he could have the dressing!! If you like oysters this will be your new tradition! Mix everything in a large bowl, and stuff that bird!" — JimChicago52
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2 (1 1/2) pounds
loaves of white bread, cut into 1-inch cubes
chopped fresh parsley
It sounds delicious, tho i haven't made it yet. Off the top of my head i would probably use Pepperidge Farm white bread for the sweet taste and the heavier texture than most soft breads or a French bread that is a few days old. Otherwise, i can almost taste how good it will be!
Previous reviewer: Don't ruin a recipe's rating just because it was given a wrong title. MANY families use the terms 'stuffing' and 'dressing' interchangeably. Mine included.
Thi sis a stuffing, not a dressing.
I havent tried this one yet,worth a try.I have been useing my mothers recipe for 43 years.its 1lb. box of crakers,5 stalks fresh celery,1 small onion,1 tab.spoon sage,1 stick of margine enough milk to moiston crakers.,1 qt.fresh oysters chopped.with liquid,about half,reserving half to use on top of stuffing. #1**Melt margine in snall frying pan add onion celery ,toss until onions start to carmelize #2** pour veg over crushed crakers adding spice,slowly and milk pour oysters and half liquid into mix,mix again lightly.place into dish and bake at 350* for about 30 minutes,when lighty brown on top stick knife into top so as to pour the rest of oyster liquid.put back into at same temp. bake for ten more minutes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Jim's Old Fashioned Oyster Dressing
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 238
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