Recipe by Erika Michael
"A light and tangy stuffing. This recipe makes enough to stuff one 14 pound turkey with leftovers to bake on the side. Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com."
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chopped green onions
1 1/2 cups
fresh bread crumbs
chopped fresh parsley
ground black pepper
This was soooo good! Everyone at Christmas loved it and gobbled it up. Made this as a last-resort after not having enough time to prepare our traditional stuffing... but now we may have a replacement! Used chicken stock instead of sherry.
My family may have been too used to our traditional stuffing. I thought it was okay but there was a lot left over.
I absolutely loved it! I normally skip the stuffing, but since I'm cooking this year, I thought I'd try a new kind. I love tarragon seasoning so this was perfect. I used chicken stock instead of sherry - it's what I had. My boyfriend loved it too. I'll make this every year. Thank you so much! I even took seconds of the stuffing this year!
OUTSTANDING! I cooked it outside the bird in a covered casserole dish and used white wine instead of sherry. Didn't have any sherry in the house. Really terrific. This would be a great side dish for any poultry meal and its a breeze to make!
Very good! I was leary of the tarragon... it gave it a very curious but good flavor that I didn't expect. I used half regular onion cause I ran out of green, so I cooked them a bit in the butter to soften them up. I also used Smart Balance spread, but would like to try the unsalted butter (didn't have any unsalted on hand). I used sherry, but only 1 cup as it seemed moist enough. (If I needed more, I think I'd fill in with chicken broth cause it had just a subtle sherry flavor and more would be too much.) I cooked it in the oven for an hour, with a lid, and it didn't need any longer than that, but I did remove the lid and cook a hair longer to crispy the top a bit. The only bad thing is I hate ripping up bread - might try getting the plain bagged croutons, and see if more liquid and cooking with the lid softens them up, cause I love the flavor. And I didn't make it for any holiday - don't feel like I need one to be allowed to eat something. :-) So it was just a chicken meal. (I do consider this is more like 8 servings, or 12 at most. It's only 24 if everyone gets only a big spoonful.)
I used half chicken broth and half sherry as well. I also added garlic, sage and celery. Fantastic!
I used low carb bread and added celery and it was great!
I'll admit, while I was cooking this I thought it was going to taste like onions and bread!! We started calling it onion stuffing, the smell of onions was quite overwhelming. But was very pleasantly surprised when it came out of the oven, this was so tasty!! And the taste wasn't too onions, it was a perfect balance. Even my incredibly picky brother in law, who doesn't like stuffing, thought this was pretty tasty!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 125
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