Mom's Old Fashioned Stuffing
Everyone's Thanksgiving table looks a little bit different, but you can safely expect to see turkey and stuffing no matter where you're at. Mom's Old Fashioned Stuffing will remind you of growing up and enjoying your mother's homemade stuffing. This stuffing recipe has all the traditional ingredients like celery, onion, and seasonings. Every bite is sure to take you back to Thanksgiving feasts past, enjoying the familiar taste of turkey stuffing. You certainly don't have to wait until Thanksgiving to make this stuffing recipe, though, so give it a try whenever you have a craving!
Why not try out a few different stuffing recipes this year? We've rounded up some of our favorites in this collection of The Best Stuffing and Dressing Recipes for Thanksgiving: 12 Easy Southern Recipes.
Cooking Time1 hr 15 min
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Sep 25, 2015
I don't know how old your mother was, but my mom was born in 1912 and in the 30's was when she made her first thanksgiving dinner . They didn't have a bag of Perpperidge Farm Seasoned bread crumbs. She used poultry seasoning, salt and black pepper, biscuits and cornbread. The rest was diced onions, diced celery, butter, hot juice from the turkey if you have it or use the homemade chicken broth that she made for recipes that called for it. Now you can't call it Old Fashioned Stuffing. Thanks you, have a great weekend.
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