Not bad.... While I prefer my MIL's stuffing MUCH better (it's the BOMB!), this is decent enough to serve alongside a weeknight meal. Stove Top brand stuffing is much more flavorful IMHO, but you get what you pay for - it's pre-processed and loaded with a TON of salt (but it's soooo good!). I guess I'm just one of those wierdos who prefer the packaged stuff lol. NOTE #1: Start with HALF the amount of liquid called for. As many reviewers have suggested, the amount of broth you'll need really depends on the type of bread you are using (i.e. fresh, stale or crouton-like sutffing cubes). I used dried cubes (and ommitted the mushrooms called for) and found that ~ 1 3/4 c. liquid (1 1/2 c. added initially and the rest mid-way thru cooking) was spot on. A good dose of common sense is critical to achieve optimal results. For instance, if you add mushrooms, they will RELEASE moisture. You'll likely need LESS broth because of this. If you use a drier bread, you'll need more broth, etc., etc. NOTE #2: The towel trick REALLY works (it prevents condensation on your sc lid from dripping into your stuffing). Al in all, I'm glad to have given your recipe a try but it will never replace my MIL's secret recipe. :( Thanks anyways, Gayle!
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Not bad.... While I prefer my MIL's stuffing MUCH better (it's the BOMB!), this is decent...