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damonster
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Cornbread Dressing

Anyone on here have a good recipe for it?


PitaLsu
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re: Cornbread Dressing
So many people fix it different, this is my family's favorite recipe.
Break up one cooked recipe of cornbread, crumble well, slightly moisten 1/2 loaf day old french bread with water, crumble mix in with cornbread. Add one med. chopped onion, 4 or 5 stalks chopped celery, 3 chopped hard boiled eggs, 4 chopped green onions and 1/2 cup chopped parsley. Pour chicken stock over this till very moist but not soupy. While baking chicken or turkey spoon some of the pan drippings over the dressing ( about 3 T.) Bake 30 to 40min in 350 oven.
When making cornbread leave out the sugar in recipe.
This post was edited on 11/20 at 6:18 pm


OBUDan
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re: Cornbread Dressing
Here's what I do:

10 (2inch) Jiffy cornbread muffins (I buy 2 boxes of the boxed cornbread mix make both up).

6 slices white bread

5 cups chicken broth

2 med. Onions chopped

4 stalks celery

½ cup butter melted

1 lb. mild pork sausage

2 eggs beaten

Salt and pepper to taste



Mix cornbread and bake.

Soak cornbread and bread in broth. Stir until liquid is absorbed. Sauté onion and celery in butter until vegs. are tender.

Add sausage and cook over low heat until browned combine bread mixture sausage mixture eggs salt and pepper until blended bake at 350 for 45 minutes.


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OTIS2
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re: Cornbread Dressing
I have one in the Recipe Thread that works well.


damonster
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re: Cornbread Dressing
I tried to search for recipes on here but everytime I do a search it doesn't pull up anything.


OTIS2
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Just open the stickied Recipe Thread at the top. It's in the index under side dishes. Page 121.


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Eddie Vedder
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re: Cornbread Dressing
i've made the one posted by tavolatim in this thread quite a few times. it is easy and always a hit.: cornbread dressing


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re: Cornbread Dressing
Luby's FTW


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BAYOUBUCKEYE
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Member since Nov 2007
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re: Cornbread Dressing
Just mix your rice dressing mix with cornbread instead of rice...done.


CITWTT
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re: Cornbread Dressing
Go kill yourself, please do it soon.


3rdCoastTiger
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re: Cornbread Dressing
I made this dressing last year and it was a big hit.

LINK


damonster
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re: Cornbread Dressing
Thanks everyone for the recipes. I'll let you know how it turns out.


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Lakebound
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re: Cornbread Dressing
quote:

I tried to search for recipes on here but everytime I do a search it doesn't pull up anything.


What works for me: In Google, type tigerdroppings.com, then type the key words you are searching for, such as cornbread dressing. This thread appeared on the the first page of the search results......third result.

Here are the Google search results I described above.
This post was edited on 11/20 at 5:38 pm


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Bama54
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re: Cornbread Dressing
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So many people fix it different, this is my family's favorite recipe.
Break up one cooked recipe of cornbread, crumble well, slightly moisten 1/2 loaf day old french bread with water, crumble mix in with cornbread. Add one med. chopped onion, 4 or 5 stalks chopped celery, 3 chopped hard boiled eggs, 4 chopped green onions and 1/2 cup chopped parsley. Pour chicken stock over this till very moist but not soupy. While baking chicken or turkey spoon some of the pan drippings over the dressing ( about 3 T.) Bake 30 to 40min in 350 oven.
When making cornbread leave out the sugar in recipe.


Basically, this is good. You also need some sage, poultry seasoning, red pepper and celery salt to taste. When you like the taste add a beaten egg, pour in a casserole and bake at 350 until done.... about 45 min or so


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