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Roast Turkey with Sausage Stuffing

Roast Turkey with Sausage Stuffing recipe
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It's a holiday classic, but it's easy to make. This juicy, golden-brown Roast Turkey with Sausage Stuffing takes just 15 minutes to prepare for the oven.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 30 min
servings
total:
20 servings
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posted:
11/28/2004
I am a Chef an this looks like a wonderful dressing, I would try a bit of Sherry is this, a nice sweet one.
posted:
11/27/2004
I make almost the same. Pork sausage mixed with salt, pepper, thyme, chopped onion, stuffing mix, and egg. Mix together (hands are best). Place in large fry pan & cook 'til sausage is done. I place in frig overnite and the next morning, stuff turkey and roast. Extra stuffing I put in foil and about 1/2 hour before turkey is done, put in oven to warm up.
posted:
11/24/2004
Instead of using plain sausage, use Italian hot or mild pork sausage. Take the meat out of the sausage casing, crumble, cook in a skillet and then add to stuffing mixture. I have been using this recipe for years and EVERYONE raves about the stuffing. Make some extra for left overs because once this dish is on the table, it's as good as gone!
posted:
11/19/2004
Its better if you soak the stale bread in whole milk add 2 eggs to each loaf of bread add a chopped onion some poultry seasoning, salt, pepper, browned sausage meat, 1 lb. of sausage meat to a loaf of bread, save the drippings add to the bread mixture, mix all together and stuff that bird!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!
posted:
11/17/2004
I want to try this for Christmas. Looks luscious.
posted:
11/16/2004
It's okay to use fresh turkey, and I don't know why the recipe called for "frozen turkey, thawed" - also, there is no reason to stuff the dressing into the bird - cook it alongside the turkey in a casserole dish and it is just fine with no danger of dressing being soggy or undercooked. I made two batches, and added roughy chopped celery to the regular stvetop for crunch - worked just fine and an easy addition -
posted:
11/15/2004
IT LOOKS DELICIOUS, SOUNDS DELICIOUS. WHOEVER CAME UP WITH THIS RECIPE, I GIVE YOU TWO THUMBS UP. PS-I WILL BE MAKING THAT VERY SOON.
posted:
11/14/2004
Given that this is not a weekly menu choice, to make this for a holiday or two a year is a delicious way to indulge or splurge. so enjoy this on a special occassion without guilt.
posted:
6/21/2002
Roast Turkey With Sausage Stuffing is a tasty main dish no dinnertime should be without.
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