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This receipe got such great reviews I had to try it for my work luncheon because it seemed easy and I had everything on hand! However, the ingredients list one 14 oz package of unseasoned dry bread cubes. Dry bread cubes come in a 12oz bag OR a 6oz box, so of course I added more since the package I purchased was 12 oz. I followed every detail and the dish came out terribly DRY!!! Far from creamy, and quite embarassed, I know next time to try it without adding any more dry bread cubes. One should also note that after simmering the 1st 4 ingredients for 45 minutes, the "stock" is reduced to more than half so it has that much LESS liquid to give flavor to the dry bread cubes. Perhaps we're supposed to cover while it simmers??? And don't forget the very last line of the recipe - DRIZZLE WITH GRAVY BEFORE SERVING. Disappointed but will try again.
It was actually pretty good! I saw a comment about it being too salty....I did not find that to be true! The only thing about that is if maybe the cubed bread was already seasoned!? I found a bag of potato bread cubed at walmart in the actual aisle that stuffing was located, that was not seasoned!! This recipe was really good!!! I did not use cranberries! I did add chopped mushrooms and onions and sautéed (in butter) with the celery...next time I will add more then 1 cup of celery as well!!!
This was really good! We made this just for an ordinary dinner night, but could easily see how it could be a holiday hit. The wild rice soup was a little salty for my tastes. But overall, the dish was really good. We did add mushrooms to the dish - that was definitely a nice add in. I would recommend this to others, but would definitely warn them about the saltiness.
I was so afraid no one would eat it bc it wasn't regular boxed stuffing and it had cranberries (none which I had a problem with bc I was excited about it). Well, there was none left! Everyone loved it!! Even the picky eaters!!!!!! WOO HOO! Another TS win!
This ended up being a great side dish for our Thanksgiving feast! It was packed with flavor and very easy to prepare.
We made this stuffing for the first time this year at Thanksgiving. It was a crowd favorite. Easy to make and very flavorful.
A hit at Thanksgiving. I needed a larger amount so I added a pound of cooked ground pork, 7 more oz. of bread cubes, 3 eggs, a can of drained wild rice and a can of evaporated milk, topped with 4 Tbsp. of melted butter. I baked it covered, for approx. 2 hours longer until nicely browned, and it turned out perfectly.
Made this for my 'First Thanksgiving', I halved the recipe since we had a smaller gathering and it still made a full 9x13 pan. It was super easy and delicious! Will definitely be making again!
I'm one of those people who shy away from cooking certain things, because I think they're too complicated to make, so I've never made "from scratch" stuffing. This recipe is beyond easy, and it's so tasty!! To other intimidated chefs out there, give this a go!! You won't be disappointed!!
I have made this recipe for the last 5 years and last year I decided to make individual portions and rolled them into meatball size. I have been asked to make them again this year it is easy to take left overs home and if you have less people you only bake what you need. They freeze well to.