My family and I were REALLY pleased with the way this turned out--even my 4-yr-old said it tasted good. Sorry, Mom, this is better than yours (it's a good thing she doesn't use the internet, huh?) I halved this recipe, as this was just to be served as a side dish for our "Thanksgiving in July" dinner (3 adults and 2 picky kids), and we had enough left over to freeze for another meal--I hope it freezes well! Anyway, I only made a few changes (as usual): I used homemade corn (flavored) bread from the bread machine, which I cut into small cubes rather than crush w/rolling pin; I added chopped celery tops with a small, diced stalk, one finely diced med carrot and 1/2 a diced green apple, I also used 1/4 red onion and 1/4 reg onion. When sauteeing the veggies, they looked so colorful and smelled so good, that I might end up creating some type of salad that I serve just as is. I ended up having to use 1-1/2 cans of chicken broth to get the right consistency, which when cooked came out perfect-not too mushy, not too dry. As suggested by BobL, DON'T drain the veggies mix, mix the egg in w/broth before adding, and I just mixed this w/my hands, as it's the way I always saw my mom doing it, and seemed like the easiest way. Great taste and really pretty easy to make--I'll be using this for the real Thanksgiving meal this year, as my mom doesn't cook the family meal anymore and my husband says his mom never could make dressing that wasn't from a box (thank goodness she doesn't use this si
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My family and I were REALLY pleased with the way this turned out--even my 4-yr-old said it...