Thanksgiving is just days away and you’ve been asked to bring the stuffing. You want it to be easy. You want it to be flavorful. You want it to be memorable. Let me introduce you to a wonderful sausage and sage stuffing recipe you and everyone else will rave about.
I have a love/hate relationship with stuffing. I don’t want it to be too wet and I don’t want it to be too dry. Dressing is a funny side dish to prepare because everyone seems to like it a different way. This recipe can be tweaked to make it drier or wetter – depending on your preference. And it really is easy to make. It takes a skillet and a big bowl. (Plus the cutting board and knife to chop away!) You can use a stuffing mix from your store (not Stove Top – the bags of just dry bread that usually contain a seasoning packet, which you don’t need for this recipe). You can cut up your own bread and use that. Simple tweaks and personal touches make this stuffing recipe one of my all time favorites.
Ingredients for the stuffing. That blue tea cup you see there…it holds my salt.
Plus, it turns out gorgeous with the green celery and apples. The sausage adds a salty flavor and makes it a heartier dish. And then the sage – oh the sage. YUM. Alright, let’s get to the recipe shall we?
Do you have a favorite stuffing recipe? Do you like yours on the dry or wet side?
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