How to Make Old Fashioned Stuffing |

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Linda cartels us this is my

grandmother's old fashioned bread

stuffing recipe it may be cooked as

directed or inside the turkey it's

enough to stuff a very large bird start

by toasting 30 slices of white bread

spread slices out on cookie sheets and

toast it in your oven or under the

broiler you'll need to do this in

batches about a day and a half ahead of

the turkey because the bread also needs

24 hours to fully dry flip them over

store them overnight in a large paper

bag when you're ready to start the

stuffing on turkey day preheat the oven

to 325 degrees lightly grease a 9 by 13

inch pan finely chop 1 large onion and

finely chopped 2 stalks of celery next

cut the bread into croutons

do this in batches add the bread to a

large bowl then melt two tablespoons of

butter in a medium saucepan over medium

heat add the onion and the celery and

slowly cook it until the vegetables are

soft when the onion and celery are soft

remove them from the heat next lightly

beat two eggs add them to the

breadcrumbs plus two cups of chicken


and stir everything to combine the

mixture should be moist but not mushy

you can use more water if necessary to

get the desired consistency now stir in

the cooked onion and celery season the

stuffing with two teaspoons of rubbed

sage 1 TSP of garlic powder salt to

taste and pepper to taste

mix the spices in well transfer the

stuffing mixture into your prepared

baking dish

press it down lightly

bake the stuffing for about an hour in

the preheated oven until the top is

brown and crisp Allrecipes member Cindy

ray wrote that it came out so moist and

so good

people kept going back for more one

person told me it was the best stuffing

he had ever had thanks so much for a

wonderful recipe