Thanksgiving Stuffing (cheat! Using Stovetop=))

Thanksgiving Stuffing (cheat! Using Stovetop=))

7 reviews, 4.4 star(s). 100% would make again

Ready in 45 minutes

This is a good was to doctor up stuffing when your pressed for time.


2 medium onions; minced
2 stalks celery; chopped fine
2 Tbs Butter
1/2 teaspoon poultry seasoning; I use Bell's
2 cups chicken broth or turkey broth or vegetable broth
hot water
2 6-oz packages stovetop-style seasoned stuffing

Original recipe makes 8



1. Saute onions and celery in butter.

2. Sprinkle with Bell's seasoning.

3. Set aside to cool slightly then toss this mixture into your favoritedry stuffing mix.

4. Heat broth through and set aside.

5. Read directions on your favorite stuffing mix.

6. Add enough hot water to the broth to make up the required liquidneeded.

7. (Omit butter the recipe calls for as it was already used to sautevegetable.) Pour over stuffing/vegetables mixture and mix well.

8. Stuff your chicken or turkey with this or serve as a side dish (afterbaking in a covered baking dish for 15 minutes at 325F).

Comments: Last year I used my method of making turkey/chicken stuffing andused the pre-made packaged mix. My family never knew the difference. Easy,quick with that homemade taste.

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I tried thousands of recipe trying to make stuffing that I really loved. Using stovetop stuffing with the additional vegetables and spices in my opinion makes the perfect tasting stuff and every single time.
Gomomtyler 3w ago

I love this recpie for thanksgiving. I use only a half of a onion just my personal taste. I sometimes fry a 1/2 of a package of ground sausage and add to the mixture. Very tasty.
Monique1978 6y ago

I have made this recipe more than once. YUM! I made edits to this recipe.
hanan@home 6y ago

Delicious! I found this semi-homemade version to be a real time saver.
hanan@home 8y ago

Perfect stuffing, Easy, Fast, everyone thought it was homemade.
kimpicc 8y ago

[I posted this recipe.]
Dana 8y ago

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