My wife will not eat stuffing that was "in" the turkey because of all the blood and slime inside the carcase.
there is nothing wrong with making stuffing on the side and using chicken broth instead of water when making it. you wont be able to taste a difference.
The good thing about cooking stuffing outside the turkey is you get more of the hard crunchy edges on the stuffing because of the greater surface area that is exposed...YUM!
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My mother made a simple but fantastic stuffing with rice, celery, and sage. She always cooked it inside the turkey. The one time my sister made it outside of the turkey, it was delicious but we all decided that it tasted better when it was cooked in the turkey.
by ElleBee5 years ago
What is your favorite part (food) of Thanksgiving dinner?
by Peeples2 years ago
Does stuffing get cooked before stuffing it in the turkey?So it's my first Thanksgiving cooking the turkey. Does the stuffing get cooked before stuffing it in the turkey, or do I just get it moist with the butter and...
by MomsTreasureChest5 years ago
What's your favorite food to eat on your Thanksgiving dinner menu? My favorite food on our Thanksgiving dinner table will be the Pineapple Stuffing baked dish, it's simple to make and delicious, it's not the...
by Terje Sannarnes6 years ago
What type of stuffing do you put into your Turkey(bird not country)?This question might me a little bit late or off season, and since I already are preparing a Turkey dinner, got so tired of Big Dinners in Christmas, so...
by fastfoodtipster8 years ago
What would you choose?
by Xenonlit5 years ago
If you cook your stuffing in the turkey, what are your strategies for keeping it safe?There is a great difference between cooking stuffing in the bird and baking it separately. The flavors and juices from the turkey or...
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