|Written by AnneLee|
I make a terrific baked Thanksgiving Stuffing recipe using Stovetop Stuffing.¬† It is so easy, and it just involves the addition of a few ingredients.¬† Quick and easy, this Thanksgiving stuffing recipe will impress your guests with little effort!¬† The trick to quick and easy cooking is to learn when to keep your mouth shut!¬† There is no need to spill the beans.
My dear, late mother-in-law made the most wonderful Thanksgiving stuffing or dressing.¬† I never was able to replicate her Thanksgiving Stuffing, which became the taste and smell of Thanksgiving for my children.¬†¬†I discovered this recipe during my¬†many attempts to replicate hers!¬† This Thanksgiving stuffing recipe has become a favorite of its own, and I fix it during the year with chicken, pork, ¬†and other meals.¬† The combination of onion and apple gives it a nice Harvest taste.¬† I really like apples with pork dishes, don't you?
Stovetop Stuffing, Chicken Flavor, 2 boxes. Margarine and water called for on box. 2 eggs 2 apples 1 onion Sage, salt and pepper
Finely Chop the apples and onion.¬† In a large bowl, mix them with contents of two boxes of Stovetop Stuffing, water and margarine.¬† Microwave your water until boiling and add to the stuffing mix.¬† I do mine one coffee cup at a time, allowing the margarine to melt.
Stir well, and then add two eggs.¬† Stir well, and pour into a 11" by 14' greased casserole.¬† Sprinkle with sage, salt and pepper.¬† Bake around 20 minutes in a preheated 375 degree oven for around 20-25 minutes.¬† Check for doneness, since there are eggs involved.¬† Slice¬† Thanksgiving Stuffing in squares and serve with Turkey¬† or chicken.