Easy to Make Turkey Stuffing Recipe
worse than having the whole clan seated at the table, only to carve the turkey and have red juice run out!
But- just because you bake your turkey stuffing recipe separately from the turkey, it doesn’t mean you can’t have that juicy turkey taste. (Be sure and scroll down for recipe hints and variations)
Prior to cooking your turkey, remove the giblets and cut them up into small pieces. I even boil up the turkey neck and remove as much meat as possible.
2 c turkey broth from cooking turkey. If you can’t get enough, supplement with canned or packaged chicken broth
Add broth from either turkey or chicken, seasonings, remaining butter and salt and pepper. Stir mixture over low heat for about 10 minutes.
Put package of seasoned bread crumbs ino a large bowl. Slowly pour giblet mixture over crumbs, tossing them to coat thoroughly until liquid is absorbed.
Whisk the 3 eggs and add to stuffing, stirring thoroughly to mix eggs in. The stuffing mix should be sticky but if it’s not, add a little more broth and combine.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Pour stuffing mix into an lightly greased, 8x8 pan. Cover with foil and bake for about 45 minutes. Take tin foil off and bake uncovered for an additional 10 minutes or so to get the top of the stuffing crispy.
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