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Nanny's Country Dressing Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Beckie Davis
Added: Thursday, December 4, 2008

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Chicken, chicken broth, onions, celery, eggs, cornbread mixes, salt & pepper, sage to taste, or poutlery seasoning,

Directions:
Directions:
Made by Nanny Hardaway,
Nanny never did go by a recipe, she did it by remembering.
Cook your chicken on top of stove, I use the chicken tenders they cook fast. I make my cornbread the night before, then put it in the frig. I usually use a cake pan, glass pan if you have one. Then spray the bottom of the pan with Pam Spray, then I start crumbling the cornbread up in a large bowl, I usually use about 12 muffin size cornbread for a cake size pan.Then I pour the chicken broth (it also comes in a can) in, you want to make sure you have enough cornbread broth to make it juicy, where it covers the cornbread. Then I already have all of veggies cut in small size and throw them in now, the celery, onion. Next, salt & pepper to taste, then I pour the sage in, you usually have to used a lot to get it at the right taste. After you are pleased with the taste, get your eggs out, about 3-4 and break them up in a small bowl and mix real well, after you do that, pour into the cornbread mixture. Mix all of this together, then get your chicken, break it into small pieces and put it in. Pour all of this into your pan and bake around 400 for about 30-45 min. The mixture should have plenty of liquid in it when you start to bake. It will soak in. To know how it is done: the sides will start turning brown, but be careful that you don't take it out to soon, because the inside my not be done. Let it cook until it is brown in the middle of the pan, and you don't want it to dry, that wont be good. The first time might be a challenge, but it will get better.
Have Fun Making Nanny's Country Dressing

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
5-6
Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
1-2 hours

 

 

 

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