I have used a recipe very similar to this for years. It is always a hit! I see that most people have issues with the 4 1/2 cups chicken broth. Mostly I use 4 cups of it, and it is always a little dry (the way my family likes it). If you like stuffing that is moist (my favorite), DEFINITELY USE ALL 4 1/2 CUPS. The KEY to this recipe is DRY BREAD CUBES. I usually cut up an entire loaf of bread (not sure how many cups that is) and bake it for 20 minutes or until crisp. Then you add it to all the other ingredients (which have already been mixed in a separate bowl). The bread soaks the 4+ cups of broth perfectly. I have never had soupy stuffing when I do it this way. I have also never sauteed my veggies in butter. Mine soften up within the stuffing as it bakes.Generally, I add my bread last or else the seasonings are not proportionate throughout. Another tip if you don't keep lots of seasonings on hand, buy a box of stuffing mix at the store. This can replace all the seasonings. Just add your bread cubes, onion, celery, broth, and eggs. Overall, it is the perfect recipe just the way it is posted.
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I have used a recipe very similar to this for years. It is always a hit! I see that most...