6 Vintage Recipes, #2
My husband told me to throw away all my other stuffing recipes and only make this one from now on. You can’t go wrong with this easy-to-make sausage stuffing. Take a look at what my friend Erin from the Making Memories With Your Kids food blog had to say about this magnificent recipe:
When I was in Graduate School a friend of mine asked me if I wanted to try her famous Pork Sausage Dressing. I said no thanks, that I didn’t like stuffing and she looked at me like I sprouted a second head. “How could you not like stuffing?” she asked me. I didn’t even know the answer to that one. I just never liked it. But somehow she convinced me to try hers and I was completely shocked at how good it was.
I am so thankful your friend told you about this recipe, Erin! Thanks for sharing it with all of us.
* 1 box Mrs. Cubbison’s Classic Dressing (seasoned)
* 1 1/2 lbs. Jimmy Dean pork sausage
* 1 cup diced onion (I used a sweet onion)
* 1 cup chopped celery
* 2 cups College Inn chicken broth
Cook the sausage while you are dicing the onion and celery.
When the sausage is almost done, add the celery and onion and cook until they are soft.
Mix Mrs. Cubbison’s Classic Dressing with the sausage and veggie mixture. Don’t judge on this one, but make sure you add the grease as well. You can go ahead and drain the grease if this freaks you out.
Add the chicken broth and gently stir to mix everything together. Scoop into a casserole dish.
Doesn’t it look delicious!
Cover and cook in a 350-degree oven for 45 minutes. Uncover and cook another 15 minutes until top is browned.
Recipe and image courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids.
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Quick Tip: If you aren’t a fan of pork sausage try using bacon. Or, better yet, add them both!