Yield: Yields 12 to 14 cups.
Bread stuffing recipes are endlessly customizable. All you have to do is change up the bread, the herbs, and/or the liquid. But if a classic recipe is what you’re after, you’ve found it, though even this one can be tweaked for your taste. For a less rich stuffing, omit the last 4 Tbs. of melted butter and add a bit more stock.
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Stuffing recipes like this one are by no means a Thanksgiving exclusive. They’re perfect with just about any roast chicken, roast beef, or roast pork. And, they feed a crowd, so go ahead and make this your go-to side for Sunday dinner.
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Awesome....I enjoyed making this.
This recipe is great but missing one important detail, the oven baking temperature! I'm guessing 350*F. Is this the correct temperature to bake the casserole?[Upon reviewing similar stuffing recipes online, 325*F seems to be the standard temperature.]
This is by far the best stuffing I ever made! It wasn't soggy and had amazing flavor.
Very good, baked out of the turkey and added mushrooms for moisture.
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