This is a wonderful recipe for those of you who like a little more texture to your stuffing. I boiled the turkey "parts" in an onion and celery mixture for about an hour to create turkey stock, which only gave me about 1 cup. I skipped a step, and just used a bag of sage and onion bread cubes. Because I like spicey and sweet together, I used half a pound of spicy Italian sausage. I didn't know if I was supposed to used the dried sweetened cranberries, fresh cranberries, or frozen cranberries. I did use the sweetened cranberries, but I think they soaked up a lot of the stock. I also added a package of sliced mushrooms, and about 1/2 cup chopped walnuts. We deep fried our turkey, so I baked the stuffing at 350 degrees cover for about 1/2 hour, and another 20 minutes uncovered. When I took it out to uncover it, I added chicken broth, as I found it a little dry. This was really good, and everyone loved it! You can't go wrong with a 5 star recipe like this!
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This is a wonderful recipe for those of you who like a little more texture to your stuffing. ...