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Grandma's Dressing Paleo Style

Ennis_TX

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So this is a remake of my grandmothers Dressing but using my paleo breads and changing out a few ingredients to make it paleo.  this recipe makes a half pan 6" deep
First the modified Paleo Bread made Drier and with some additives MAKE 2 OF THESE LOAFS
Makes a 2lb loaf in a large bread loaf pan (5x9")
172g Coconut Flour
2 tbsp Psyllum Husk Powder
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tbsp Ener Baking Soda or 2tsp Baking Soda

20 Drops oooflavors Cornbread (Optional but gives it that traditional flavor)
120ml (1/2 cup) Warm Water
2 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar

840g Egg Whites Room Temp

1. Preheat oven to 350F And line your loaf pan with parchment paper
2. Whisk the top 4 ingredients in a medium mixing bowl.
3. Mix the water, drops and vinegar and let set to infuse
4. In a LARGE mixing bowl put in the egg whites and whisk til doubled in volume, you might need a pinch of guar gum for this.
5. Combine all 3 mixes into the large bowl. and mix until the texture of thick mash potatoes.. pour into the parchment line loaf pan and tap hard on a hard surface several times to level it out and fill it in.
6. Bake for 60mins normally then another 20mins in convection mode or another 30mins til browned on top.
7. Remove from and let rest on a wire rack til cool.



Dressing Ingredients
6" Deep half Pan
The above two loafs
6 stalks of Celery
1 Medium Onion
1 Can Lite Coconut Milk (Slightly Warmed)
32oz Chicken Stock/Broth
2 tbsp Nutvia Butter Flavored Coconut Oil Melted
2 Eggs Room Temp whisked
1-2tbsp Poultry Seasoning
Salt/Pepper to taste

1. Keep oven at 350F
2. Shred the loafs into little pieces in the pan.
3. Chop up the celery and onion to desired texture (I use a food processor), then proceed to saute them in a pan til tender before adding into the half pan and mixing with the crumbled bread.
4. Heat the stock til just warm (I do in batches in a measuring cup in microwave) adding in the poultry seasoning. Pour over the bread pieces,
5. Now pour in the canned coconut milk, and add in 2 whisked eggs and mix it all up, I like to use a gloved hand and claw motion mashing it all up til well combined. Season to taste now with salt and pepper
6. Bake for 1-2 hours til desired dryness is reached.

 



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