Traditional Stuffing

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Traditional Stuffing

This traditional turkey dressing recipe is proof that you can’t go wrong with a tried-and-true classic.

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Turkey Dressing Ingredients

You likely have all the ingredients you’ll need to make this turkey dressing recipe on hand. If not, here’s what to add to your grocery list:

· Bread: This old-fashioned turkey dressing recipe starts with lightly toasted white bread.
· Butter: Butter adds moisture, richness, and flavor.
· Vegetables: You’ll need one chopped onion and two stalks of chopped celery for flavor and texture.
· Broth: Chicken broth keeps the stuffing moist without making it soggy.
· Eggs: Two lightly beaten eggs help hold the dressing together and add moisture.
· Water: You can add a few tablespoons of water, if you’d like, to achieve your desired consistency.
· Seasonings: This turkey dressing recipe is seasoned with salt, pepper, rubbed sage, and garlic powder.

How to Make Turkey Dressing

You’ll find the full, step-by-step recipe below — but here’s a brief overview of what you can expect when you make this classic turkey dressing:

1. Make Bread Crumbs: Spread the toasted bread slices on baking sheets. Allow them to sit at room temperature until they’re hard, about 24 hours. When they’re hard, crush the slices with a rolling pin. Transfer the crumbs to a large bowl.
2. Cook Vegetables: Melt butter in a saucepan. Add the chopped onion and celery and cook, stirring often, until they’re soft. Remove from heat and drain.
3. Mix Ingredients: Add the broth and eggs to the bread crumbs. Stir until the mixture is moist, but not mushy. Mix in the cooked vegetables and seasonings.
4. Bake Stuffing: Pour the mixture into a greased baking dish. Bake in a preheated oven until the stuffing is brown and crisp.
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How to Store Turkey Dressing

Store your leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to four days. Reheat gently in the microwave or in the oven.

Can You Freeze Turkey Dressing?

Yes, this recipe freezes quite well. In serving-sized portions, place the turkey dressing in zip-top freezer bags or another freezer-safe container. Wrap in a layer of foil for extra protection. Freeze for three to six months. Reheat in the oven from frozen.

Allrecipes Community Tips and Praise

“I loved this recipe, and so did my family,” says Patsy Snyder Hennessey. “I should have made a double batch, because they scraped the pan. The only thing I did differently was to baste this dressing a couple of times with a turkey baster full of juice from the turkey I had roasted earlier in the day.”

“It was a wonderful stuffing recipe,” according to PRAIRIEMOMMY. “We loved it. It was so easy and so tasty – we cooked it in a turkey and it turned out perfect.”

“Awesome,” says jofus109. “Easy to make. I halved the recipe, left out the sage and added some chopped apple and pecans to the mix. Great blend of flavors and textures.”

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