Family Recipe: MIL’s Turkey Stuffing


My mother in law makes the best stuffing. Actually, I am not a real expert on stuffings as my family is a dressing kind of family and relies on Stove Top to satisfy our need for Thanksgiving tradition. It took me a few years to develop a taste for homemade stuffing. Now I prefer it. Every year, my MIL would stay up the night before Thanksgiving cutting up bread into cubes, slicing celery, and chopping walnuts. I don’t stuff my turkey anymore, opting rather to fill it with sage and citrus. I make this on the side, baking it covered for a few hours and then letting it dry out a bit without the foil.

1. Info for Family Recipe: MIL’s Turkey Stuffing

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2. Ingredients for Family Recipe: MIL’s Turkey Stuffing

  • 4 cups dry bread cubes
  • 1 tsp salt
  • sage to taste
  • ⅓ cup melted butter
  • chopped cooked giblets
  • chicken broth/stock to moisten

3. Directions:

  1. Combine all ingredients with enough broth to moisten.
  2. Toss gently to gently mix.
  3. Allow 1 cup stuffing for each pound of turkey.
  4. Stuff your turkey and cook accordingly.
  5. Bake a separate dish full, too, because it is just so darn good.

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