Few can resist scalloped dishes, whether it be potatoes or corn, and so why not make scalloped stuffing? The creamy traits of a traditional scalloped corn recipe are the perfect addition to your mashed potatoes and gravy.
Apples have always been defined as a fall classic, and they add the perfect amount of sweetness to this stuffing recipe.
We all know Italians love their sausage stuffing, but we thought they could do it even better with the addition of authentic ingredients like rosemary and sun-dried tomatoes.
The Italians can be thanked for sausage in stuffing, and this recipe adds extra flavor with a nutty taste from the toasted pecans.
This recipe will give you your daily protein. It's cooked with vegetables, making the dish heartier. Your friends and family will love your spin on the classic sausage.
Chef Jon Cichon, executive chef at Lacroix at The Rittenhouse in Philadelphia, shares his take on Thanksgiving with this twist on a traditional stuffing recipe.
Crisping the prosciutto and toasting the nuts adds a powerful punch of flavor to the stuffing without going overboard on fat. Packaged chopped hazelnuts are available in most major supermarkets.
Created by the executive chef and pitmaster of Blue Smoke, Kenny Callaghan, this stuffing recipe is a nice combination of savory and sweet.
Sometimes a little is just enough, which is why we swap in cornbread for regular bread in our stuffing recipe when we're looking for just a taste of something different. It's subtle enough to let the classic flavors of stuffing shine through, yet still makes it just a littledifferent.