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Southern Cornbread Oyster Dressing

Submitted by: Barrett 
This Cajun style dressing uses a combination of bread cubes and crumbled corn bread mixed with two varieties of onion, celery, parsley and chopped oysters to stuff a 12 to 15 pound turkey. 
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Oyster Dressing I

Submitted by: Barrett 
Cajun seasonings make this fresh oyster dressing a stand-out accompaniment for 12 pound turkey. Sauteed oysters, onions and celery are combined with bread cubes and rice and seasoned with cayenne pepper. 
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Thanksgiving Tradition Oyster Dressing

Submitted by: Judy7905 
Living In: Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Oyster dressing, made with the traditional ingredients of bread crumbs, celery, onion, and butter, is a staple for many Thanksgiving tables. 
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Oyster and Cornbread Dressing

Submitted by: DUNCANS FAVORITES 
Each year I am asked to make this wonderful dressing. The recipe has been in my family for years. Chopped oysters and chicken broth make it very moist and flavorful. For an even more moist dressing, use more chicken broth. 
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Dad's Oyster Dressing

Submitted by: S Campbell 
Wild rice, pork sausage and fresh oysters combine to create this elegant dressing. Bake in a casserole or use to stuff a 10 pound turkey. 
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Jim's Old Fashioned Oyster Dressing

Submitted by: JimChicago52 
Home Town: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Living In: Miami, Florida, USA
A very simple bread stuffing is rich in oysters, onion, and celery. Mix it up in a big bowl, and use it to stuff a turkey for a special holiday meal. Allow time for bread to dry out before using in stuffing. 
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Sausage Oyster Dressing

Submitted by: Victor Chilton 
Home Town: Akron, Ohio, USA
Living In: Buffalo, Minnesota, USA
This easy Southern-style oyster and sausage dressing has a hint of spiciness from hot pork sausage. Plain croutons let the flavors of the sausage and oysters shine through. 
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Give Me Seconds Oyster Dressing

Submitted by: Paige B 
Home Town: Coshocton, Ohio, USA
Living In: San Antonio, Texas, USA
My family loves this recipe and begs me to make it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. Oysters are baked in a cream sauce topped with a cracker crumb topping. Serve it with turkey, ham, duck or goose - it tastes great with any type of holiday meal. If you like green pepper, you may want to add 1/4 cup to this dish. 
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Dad's Oyster Dressing

Submitted by: S Campbell 
What holiday dinner would be complete without Dad's dressing packed with wild rice and oysters? 
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Quickest Oyster Dressing EVER!

Submitted by: nikkiw87 
Living In: Edwardsville, Illinois, USA
This quick and delicious oyster and cornbread dressing takes the fuss and the mess out of the picture. It is all done on the stove top, and tastes like it has been cooking in the oven all day! 
 
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