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Mom's Turkey Stuffing Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Jerilyn Gregg

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Boil:
Turkey Giblets
Turkey Neck
Chopped Onion
Chopped Celery

In a Large Bowl:
1 bags of dried Bread Crumbs
4 sleeves of crumbled up Crackers
1 c. Butter softened
8 Eggs
Sage

Directions:
Directions:
In a medium sauce pan add giblets, neck, chopped onion, and chopped celery. Bring to boil and cook until meat is done.

In large bowl add bread crumbs, and crumbled up crackers, amount depends on how much dressing you want to make. Then add soft butter, eggs, sage and salt and pepper to taste. The amount of butter and eggs depends on how much you are making. For one large sack of bread crumbs and 4 sleeves of crackers, I would add about 1 cup of soft butter, and 8 eggs. Sage and salt and pepper to taste.

Then grind the giblets, and neck meat, and add along with the water, celery and onions to the bread crumb mix. Then add turkey or chicken broth to the right consistency. Then stuff turkey when it is done and cook until dressing is done. Do not add until turkey is done as that is how you get food poisoning as you get uncooked juices from the turkey and that drips down into the dressing. Never add dressing until the turkey is done. While dressing is cooking in and on the turkey, every so often baste with juices in the bottom of the pan.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
10 people
Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
1-2 hours
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Everyone plays their part at our house during Thanksgiving. I'm in charge of the bread and pies. Grandma Hyde has the gravy and pies. Mom has the mashed potatoes and pies. Mom and Becky argue about how much sage to put in the stuffing. Mom, Dani, and Grandma Gregg are in charge of the salads. It was always my favorite part of the holidays watching everyone dance though the kitchen in charge of their specialty. At the end, Becky and I always ended up doing dishes. One time we heard someone say pictures, so we quickly dried our hands, fixed our hair, and hurried to get in on the pictures. Only to find they weren't taking pictures of us. Grudgingly we went back to the dishes. Now I see the changing of the guard. Some family members are sadly gone while Taylor, Sierra, Haley, Brinlee, and Tayton are now in the middle of the dance. My favorite part being hearing Taylor and Sierra doing dishes and pretending it was a podcast.

 

 

 

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