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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Awesome Sausage, Apple and Cranberry Stuffing
When I took my first bite, I thought yuk! I was sooooo disappointed then I took another and another and the flavors started to kick in and oh boy was I in heaven. I added a little more cranberries than called for and chopped up a granny smith apple. I used fresh herbs, doubling the amount and utilized a good amount of chicken stock. I stirred the mixture occasionally while cooking and after 40 minutes covered at 350, I removed the covering and cooked for an additional 15 minutes. I used the spiciest turkey sausage I could find and added a little sage turkey sausage. Everyone thought this stuffing was quite tasty and did not notice spiciness. I made another batch of traditional stuffing just in case this didn't turn out well. I used the same sausage and Pepperidge Farms seasoned and cornbread stuffing in a bag. The consensus was the traditional stuffing was much spicier but still quite good. When it came time to take a plate home I hid my sausage/apple/cranberry stuffing and dished out the traditional lol. I will definitely make this again.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 27, 2014
Cranberry Sauce
As my little niece says, "nummy, nummy". EVERYONE thought I was a soooo talented to have made this from scratch, even those who dont like cranberry sauce (myself included) liked the taste of this one. Almost easier than opening the canned version. Whatever you do, don't walk away from this while it's cooking. It only takes a minute to start boiling all over the place.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 26, 2010
Deep-Fried Turkey Marinade
Followed directions exactly, made creole seasoning from this site....bird came out black and everyone thought I burned it, thanks to pics and previous reviews, I knew it might look burned (NOTE: it does not have a burnt taste, the skin is delicious). I calmly told them that was the way it was supposed to look and once they tasted it, the rave reviews were nonstop. I had my sister make a regular turkey just in case (I needed those juices to make my gravy anyway). That turkey was brined and it was delicious as well. I used an electric fryer from QVC, fried the turkey in peanut oil and I couldn't be happier with my new way to cook a turkey! I made cranberry sauce from a recipe on this site....more rave reviews! This really cuts down on oven usage...my dinner was on time for a change!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 26, 2010
 
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