Tuesday, November 25, 2008


This recipe will easily feed 10 people, (probably more).

1 bag of dried bread crumbs (they sell it at Maceys)
1/2 cup bacon grease (I know this isn't very healthy, but it makes it taste really yummy; if you don't want to use bacon grease, just use more butter)
2 Tbsp butter
Salt & Pepper to taste
1/2 tsp Lemon Pepper (optional, don't go buy some if you dont' have it)
1/4 tsp Seasoning Salt (optional, don't buy some if you dont have it)
6 celery sticks, chopped
4 medium onions, chopped not too small
1-1/2 quart chicken broth, divided
2 turkey stuffing boxes

Sautee celery & onions in bacon grease & butter.

In BIG bowl, mix bread crumbs with onion & celery. Add 1 quart of chicken broth and stir (for a while) until the broth is soaked through, it takes some time for the broth to really get through everything. If you are going to stuff in the turkey, then do it now*. Add the remaining chicken broth to the remaining stuffing.

Bake covered with Tin foil, for 45 min. at 350°, or stuff in Turkey.

*The reason why you don't add all the chicken broth before stuffing it in the turkey is because the turkey juices will add more moisture to the stuffing that's inside, and you dont' want it to get really soggy.

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