If loving stuffing is wrong, we don’t want to be right. This fragrant combination of dried bread, herbs and butter with garlic, onion and celery holds a special place in our hearts. Like magic, it mixes perfectly with everything on a Thanksgiving table, with sage and thyme really setting the mood for everyone to dig in.
There are many ways to prepare this holiday must-have, but these stuffings are sure to take your Thanksgiving to the next-level!
The perfect example of when a simple swap can make a world of difference! This recipe is stuffing “gone gourmet”, with toasted cornbread replacing regular bread and lots of sweet sausage accompanying the classic buttery-oniony-celery goodness. Complete with plenty of sage and parsley for maximum flavor, this stuffing can be prepared the day before and kept in the fridge until ready to bake.
It really is about appreciating the little things, like the cranberries and pecans in this awesome stuffing. Made with a combination of toasted country white and whole wheat bread, the recipe is easy with a finished product on the verge of gourmet. Complete with a tasty combo of sage, thyme and parsley, you and your guests are in for a treat of textures and tastes.
This stuffing goes absolutely outside the box with a tasty combination of mushrooms, shredded carrots, soy sauce, oregano, rosemary and pepper. You may think soy sauce is an odd ingredient for stuffing, but it actually acts as a replacement for salt, and a tasty one at that! This unique ingredient is what really makes this stuffing stand apart from others.
Here’s one to “wow” your guests! Trade in dry bread for buttery, toasted croissants. Saute kale and mushrooms in more butter with sage and thyme. Combine those, top with shredded gruyere cheese and bake until golden and voila! You got a buttery, cheesy, flavor-filled stuffing no one will forget anytime soon!
Hitting the category of “comfort food” right on the head, this stuffing goes heavy on the onion and incorporates bacon, which automatically makes it a dinner-winner in our book. Savory, smoky and salty at the same time, this relatively simple recipe calls for toasted ciabatta bread and is fully-loaded with a lineup of sage, parsley, rosemary and thyme. We like the large chunks of ciabatta, but we LOVE that onion and bacon are stars of the show too.
Crunchy toasted pecans, dried figs and sweet pears tossed and baked with chunks of toasted brioche, this stuffing is the real-deal. Such a variety of tastes and textures make this stuffing practically a meal on its own! You are invited to use your imagination with this recipe too – you can swap pears for apples, pecans for your favorite nuts, or figs for another dried fruit.
Cheese isn’t in most stuffings, but we are far from upset when it is! Made with stale French Bread, this stuffing is easy-as-can-be while packing mega flavor. Ready in under an hour, the cheddar is mixed into the onions, celery and carrots before baking for maximum deliciousness throughout.
Roasted brussels sprouts, acorn squash, sweet potato AND bacon make an appearance in this perfect-for-Fall stuffing! Starting with the veggies, everything is roasted before being combined with the bread and bacon for pure double baked-goodness. Seasoned generously with basil, sage and thyme, this is the ultimate mashup of Thanksgiving favorites!
There’s nothing like the classics, and this recipe is the perfect sweet-salty, moist-on-bottom, crunchy-on-top example. You pick the sausage, you pick the bread, you pick the mix-ins, but the seasoning combo and addition of a white wine reduction is what takes this stuffing to the next level. Ready in a little over an hour, this stuffing is a must-try!
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November 18, 2019