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Grandma Virginia’s dressing

By Culinary Cowboy | November 9, 2007

If you don’t have a good cornbread based dressing to go with your Thanksgiving turkey, I strongly recommend this one.

The Dressing

*Substitute 1-tsp. fresh sage for 1 tsp. of poultry seasoning. **
**Personally, I would at least double that amount of sage and throw in some thyme as well. (editor)

Sauté onions and celery in the butter. Put the other ingredients in a large bowl. Add the sautéd onions and celery and butter. Start mixing. Add hot water to the make the right consistency – plan on on about 5 cups. Use chicken bouillon or chicken stock for better flavor.
Bake in a flat pan at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Not for stuffing bird.

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One Response to “Grandma Virginia’s dressing”

  1. Some Thanksgiving help from the Culinary Cowboy Says:
    November 25th, 2008 at 12:58

    […] Grandma Virginia’s dressing – if you don’t have a good dressing for your Thanksgiving turkey, I strongly recommend this one.  I like mine a bit on the moist side, and I usually add more liquid. […]

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