Bread Stuffing


Bread Stuffing Recipe

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Bread Stuffing Recipe

This classic traditional bread stuffing recipe is one of two favourites my family use to stuff turkey or chicken during thanksgiving. We all agree this is the best bread stuffing and prefer it over the sausage cornbread stuffing variation. What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas than the traditional way? Even the kids agree.


Talk about kids. They love helping out in the kitchen and this bread stuffing recipe is a good way to get them involved and get their hands yucky dirty and the onions make their eyes watery.


This classic bread stuffing has our attention and it is classic with stuffing with sage and onion and all the other traditional classic bread stuffing ingredients. It is a good time to get the kids involved after you have added all the ingredients to a mixing bowl. Get the to do the mixing by hand and take a video or a photo and share it. Beautiful memories of Thanksgiving and Christmas.


Once completed, the bread stuffing is sufficient to stuff a turkey, a chicken, or a leg of lamb.


We hope you enjoy this classic bread stuffing recipe. Please let us know what you think.

Eds Note: You do not need to blanch the onions, you can use raw onion instead. Blanching stops enzyme actions which otherwise cause loss of flavor, color and texture. In addition, blanching removes some surface dirt and microorganisms, brightens color, and helps slow vitamin losses


Recipe Info


Yield

Serves: 1

Nutrition

Calories: 342
Carbs: 30g
Fat: 20g
Protein: 6.1g

Cooking Times


5 min
Preparation Time
0 Hours and 5 Minutes
10 min
Cook Time
0 Hours and 10 Minutes
15 min
Total Time
0 Hours and 15 Minutes

Preparation


Ingredients

Directions

  1. In a mixing bowl, mix together the breadcrumbs and suet. Season with salt and pepper.
  2. Blanch the chopped onion in boiling, salted water for three minutes, drain well, and stir into the breadcrumb mixture. Add the sage and mix well
  3. Beat the milk and egg together in another bowl. Add the milk and egg mixture to the dry ingredients to bind them. Add the stuffing into the turkey, chicken, or leg of lamb.

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Mary Smith
Super duper bread crumb recipe. It will keep my husband and kids busy over the festive season and Thanksgiving. Will try it with turkey over Thanksgiving and roast lamb over Christmas and spare some for Newyear's eve. Happy festive season to the cooking cat team and thanks for all the wonderful recipes. 🎄🎄 5.00

Barbara House
I stopped searching for bread stuffing recipes when I stumbled upon this one. You saved the day with this classic bread crumb recipe. Thank you. 5.00

Linda Johnson
Wonderful bread stuffing recipe! 5.00

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