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Grandma’s Corn Bread Dressing

In this video, you’ll see how to make a top-rated cornbread dressing. The perfect companion for turkey, this crowd-pleasing side dish is a must-have with Thanksgiving dinner. Boxed corn bread makes this recipe so quick and easy. And sage adds savory flavor and a wonderful aroma that just smells like the holidays! It bakes up golden brown in a casserole dish. Watch the video, then get Amy's recipe for Grandma’s Corn Bread Dressing. Don’t forget this one at the holidays. It’s also delicious with pork chops, ham, and other roasts!

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  • Randy

That's not MY Grammaw's dressing! She put turkey drumstick and neck meat, gizzard, and liver in her cornbread dressing. She also put half cornbread and half crumbled buttermilk biscuits in her dressing. Lots of sage, pepper, salt, onion, celery, and bell pepper rounded out the wonderful dish!

  • Jenny

That's not MY grandma's recipe either! Her's used 1/2 cornbread and 1/2 sourdough bread, pork sausage and a couple of great ingredients: water chestnuts and dried cherries. The best!

  • woofka

Remarkably similar to my grandmother's. She always added a bit of poultry seasoning and less sage than this one, but very close - and always delicious! Having said that: I never, ever use boxed mixes for mine. It is so easy to make it organic and from scratch. I already have my cornbread ready for this week's feast :-)