Unique Stuffing Recipes
We are continuing on with our recipes for unique Thanksgiving recipes. Today’s recipes are for Stuffing or Dressing… which ever you may call it! These recipes do sound delicious. What is neat about some of these recipes is that you can bake them as a side dish, so you don’t necessarily have to stuff your turkey with them. And also this way you can make a few different recipes!
If you missed the other recipes, you can check out the list of:
Here are some great recipes I found:
- Wolfgang Puck’s Harvest Dressing: His recipe also includes an explanation of stuffing vs dressing! He says “Most cooks in the American South use the term “dressing” regardless of where the mixture cooks, while more Northerners prefer to say “stuffing.”
- Barefoot Contessa’s Sausage and Herb Stuffing: Her recipe includes sausage, cranberries and apples.
- Slow-Cooker Wild Rice and Mushroom Stuffing Recipe: This recipe is from “All You”. Its nice because you make it in your crock pot.
- Mushroom Stuffing: The name of this Good Housekeeping’s recipe is deceiving, it includes a lot more than mushrooms! One being bacon!
- Butterball’s Sausage and Vegetable Dressing: Here’s a lower carb stuffing. The recipe includes vegetables, walnuts and sausage.
- Five-Ingredient Stuffing: Very similar to a basic stuffing recipe except this one includes dried fruit.
- Oyster Dressing: Not for everyone, but if you like oysters, this looks like a great recipe (pictured above) from the Pioneer Woman.
- Artichoke-Mushroom Stuffing: This recipe comes from Holland House.
- Apple-Celery Stuffing: Kellogg’s recipe which includes corn flakes.
- Cornbread, Sausage and Mango Dressing: If you want to try something a little different, you might like this recipe from Butterball.
- Corn-Bread Stuffing: A basic cornbread stuffing.
And more traditional/basic recipe: Campbell’s Moist & Savory Stuffing