Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Copycat StoveTop Stuffing

We are heading out on a long road trip so I'm going to be giving you somne easy copycat recipes the next few weeks!
Today we are going to make StoveTop Stuffing. Now if you were raised on homemade stuffing/dressing for the holidays and that's what you prefer, then disregard this recipe all together. But, ig you just love the taste of StoveTop, then this is the recipe for you! Thanks, Angela!

My StoveTop Stuffing

6 cups cubed bread
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spread bread on baking pan. Bake for 10 - 15 mins. You will want to turn them to be sure they brown evenly. After your cubes have cooled, put them in a bag or a large container with a lid. Add the following to your bread cubes, put your lid on your container and shake until all is well coated:

1 tbsp parsley flakes
3 tbsp chicken-bouillon powder
¼ cup dried minced onion
1 tsp thyme
1 tsp pepper
½ tsp sage
1/3 tsp salt
You can store this Stuffing Mix as it is in the same container you used to mix it!

When you're ready to cook, simply dice 1/4 cup {or to taste} fresh celery and saute with butter and bit of garlic powder. And don't try to do without this step...it's soo much better with the celery!!

Combine the sauteed celery with 2 cups of your stuffing mix, 3/4 cup of water or chicken stock and 2 Tablespoons of butter. Stir and fluff with a fork until well mixed, but be careful not to over cook!

And that's it! Sounds yummy, doesn't it?!?
So.....do you like homemade stuffing or are you a boxed stuffing gal?

3 comments:

David and Dee Dee Sterling said...

Cool! Can't wait to try this! Even though I enjoy homemade stuffing recipes, I LOVE Stove Top! Thanks so much!

Chris, Carole, and Clan said...

I grew up with homemade stuffing (or filling!) and never really cared for it. But I was hooked after having stovetop at a friends house! That's one of those things we can't get here, so we're back to homemeade :-) This recipe looks great, can't wait to try it!

Jessica Curtis said...

I was always a box stuffing gal, until I tried a recipe in Ukraine. Now I'll never go back! It was similar to this except it had Rosemary in it. It was the first time I used the first time I used rosemary, now I use it in everything.