This sage recipe is nostalgic of the stove top recipes we all remember as children on Thanksgiving Day. Apples, raisins and sausage add even more flavor and savoriness to the beloved side dish.Recipe courtesy of The Chopping Block.
Firm, crusty Italian bread is the secret to this beloved Thanksgiving side dish. If the bread is too soft, it will just fall apart during cooking. Be sure to use thinly sliced salami so that it melts in your mouth with every bite.Recipe courtesy of Catherine Pappas/Living the Gourmet.
Save room for all of your favorite Thanksgiving side dishes with these individual servings of stuffing. This comforting recipe is flavored with sage, nutmeg and vegetable stock. Recipe courtesy of Little Northern Bakehouse
Oyster Stuffing is a classic New England-style side dish. It's full of shucked oysters, fluffy French bread, smoky bacon, and seasoned with the robust flavors of parsley, thyme, nutmeg and sage. Recipe courtesy of McCormick
The physical act of stuffing is not a part of this recipe created by Stove Top and featured on the back of their Stove Top Stuffing Mix for chicken. Instead, the cooking is prepared and all the ingredients are baked together in an easy-to-make casserole that’s ideal for potluck dinners or make-ahead meals. The cream of chicken soup bakes right into the dish, creating a creamy sauce, and frozen vegetables provide your daily dose of healthy vitamins and fiber.Click here for more great back-of-the-box recipes.
Pork chops and stuffing were a staple in my house growing up. Unfortunately, I don't have all of the ingredients or time to make a stuffing from scratch, so I use some boxed help to get this recipe rolling. An easy and quick dinner idea to throw in the oven on one pan, and take out ready to serve.
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