Getting Ready for Thanksgiving? Our Bread Stuffing RecipeVIEW ALL POSTS
Need some stuffing for your chicken or turkey? Whether you want to serve a small or huge bird, choose bread and celery filling – our bread stuffing recipe.
Whether you select a ten-pound chicken or a heavy one, this recipe will be right if you want to create an unforgettable taste and impression. Here is what you’ll need:
• A single pound of bread (you should divide it into pieces first);
• A loaf-shaped form for cooking and an oven;
• A single onion (cut it before using);
• Four stalks of celery;
• Some spices to taste;
• Sea or iodized salt to taste;
• A couple of teaspoons of poultry spices;
• A cup of your favorite bouillon or soup;
• ¾ cup butter.
H2: Complete Instructions for the Perfect Bread and Celery Stuffing
To begin with, here is a little note for you: the dish contains 253 calories; carbohydrates 24.7g 8% DV; fat 15.5g 24% DV; protein 4.4g 9% DV; cholesterol 36.6mg 12% DV.
If you follow these steps accurately, you will definitely succeed with your bread and celery stuffing. So, the steps are…
Stage 1: You should take the bread of your choice and slice it. It can be anything: from sourdough bread to gluten-free pumpkin bread. Sure, you should purchase a piece before in a store or bake it on your own. It depends on whether you are in a hurry. Wait until the slices get dry. It might take a couple of hours to wait, but you might check how dry they are in a single hour. Perhaps, it would be enough.
Stage 2: You might want to have your bread divided into even smaller pieces. To make them tiny, cut them into squares/cubes.
Stage 3: Get butter or margarine to taste. You can even pick coconut butter, but be ready that the taste of the final product would be rather specific. You may select margarine, but it is not the healthiest option out there.
Stage 4: Pre-heat the oven. It is recommended to have it set to 360F. It would be enough for the next purpose – melting butter fast.
Stage 5: Then, take celery and one onion. To zest your dish, you might want to play with various spices and supplements. Try the spices that you use while cooking a chicken soup. You might want to add poignancy with a handful of pepper.
Stage 6: Stir what you receive in stage four in the chopped bread. The idea is to do that until it becomes homogenous. Do you like bouillon? The one made of a chicken might suit your dish perfectly! Take it and damp the pieces of your bread, mixing intensively.
Stage 7: You may have a deserved rest now. It seems like you are done with the original stuffing for many dishes. Of course, it will fit chicken, hen, or turkey most of all.
Do not hurry up to switch off your oven! You may want to additionally bake what you obtain in a buttered casserole dish. The approximate time is half an hour or forty minutes at a maximum.