Recipe by BASHFUL_QT
"This is a delicious turkey dressing bursting with the flavors of sausage, onions, garlic, and parsley, and is irresistible for a Thanksgiving feast!"
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4 (6.5 ounce) packages
dry corn bread mix
dry bread crumbs
chopped green bell pepper
chopped fresh parsley
This was a fantastic recipe, and my first attempt at homemade stuffing. My only complaint is that it made way too much. I halved the recipe, and that filled my 9x13 baking dish full, along with a stuffed turkey. Next time I will quarter this recipe, but it is definitely a keeper. Very easy to make as well. I used smoked sausage because it doesn't specify whether to use smoked, or ground, or what.
I made this recipe as directed and ended up with enough stuffing to fill 3 9x13 pans. I cooked one pan full and after cooking for 30 minutes as the recipe called for it hadn't even begun to cook, I had to cook it for another 40 minutes for it to look done. It tasted like cornbread mush. This recipe took 2 nights to make, one to make all the cornbread and one to make the actual stuffing. I think the amounts on this recipe need to be checked. It was not worth all the trouble.
We have updated this recipe to list "4 (6.5 ounce) packages dry corn bread mix" instead of "4 (16 ounce) packages dry corn bread mix." We hope this helps!
This was my 1st attempt @ cornbread dressing also. I used 2 packages of cornbread mix & it was just enough. The cook time of dressing took almost 2hrs. The cook time on recipe is totally "wrong"! 30 mins doesn't even brown the dressing. My end result was excellent, but will decrease the amount of spices on next try, because it was little to salty.
This might have been one of the best stuffing recipes that I have ever had! Everyone seemed to love it! Highly recommended!
This time I did follow the recipe exactly--
with the exception--that I "halved the recipe."
I choose this because I wanted an Excellent
cornbread tasting dressing. That is not what
the end result was!! After a lot of time and
hard work--my end result was mushy, bland and
not what I was expecting. Unfortunately, my
husband, children, and guest did not care for
this. Yes, we did eat some--because of all
the work--and it was the only dressing to go
with our Roast Turkey Dinner! Otherwise, I'll
keep looking for a "GOOD" cornbread & sausage
I prepared four 16 oz. cornbread mixes as the recipe called for and it was way too much. I made one 9 x 13 pan of corn bread (two cornbread mixes) and it was just the right amount. This dressing is moist and has excellent flavor. It makes a huge amount!
a bit too sweet
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mama's Cornbread and Sausage Turkey Dressing
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 283
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