Stuffing baked in a dish usually lacks any turkey flavor. What could we do to bring an inside-the-bird taste to stuffing cooked outside of it?
You can start this gravy well ahead of time.
The classic is still the best.
For a moist, flavorful stuffing that could hold its own next to a perfect roast turkey, we incorporated bold flavors and interesting spices.
Stuffing the turkey can lead to overcooked white meat and potential safety problems. The solution? Preheat the stuffing, brine the bird, and use dual oven temperatures.
Is it possible to make really good all-purpose gravy without a roast, using only canned broth and a few vegetables?
What turkey would be complete without a showstopping gravy?
Not only does this stuffing serve 16, but it can
also be made ahead of time.
By using the right bread, getting the ratio of wet and dry ingredients just right, and baking it covered, you can make a rich, flavorful stuffing--without the bird.
This is a compact stuffing for Cornish Hens.