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Cornbread Stuffing Recipe?

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i remember seeing it on here, but i couldn't find it when i searched for it. does anyone have a good stuffing recipe? it doesn't have to be the cornbread one. i'd like to try it out before thanksgiving that way my family doesn't think all of my glutenfree food is different/not good.

thanks!


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Britni

~Diagnosed with idiopathic autoimmune chronic hepatitus at age 7 (1992)

off medication and in remission since 2002

~Diagnosed with ulcerative colitus age 10 (1995)

on medication under control

~Diagnosed with Celiac's disease age 21, no symptoms (August 10, 2006)

been gluten free since September 6, 2006

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mine is pretty simple and can be modified for whatever type of bread (white bread or corn bread) you like.

Make a loaf of bread that you want to use (I did corn bread last year and it was heavenly). Bake it, let it cool. Slice it. Then cube it. Lay it out on a sheet to dry up. You can put it in the oven on low for awhile to speed up the process.

I saute a large amount of onions and celery (which are both chopped up) in a lot of butter. Once they are relatively soft, pour it over the corn bread mixture, and mix up (so the bread gets kind of wet from the butter). Cook either in the turkey or in a casserole dish (however you prefer).

I served it to my husband's whole gluten eating family last year at our house---and they LOVED it. It was delish. But there are many, many good recipes that other members have.

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There is also a recipe for corn bread stuffing on the Wild Oats website somewhere.


Ryan

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Positive results with diet change

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Southern Corn Bread Stuffing 101

bake a pan of corn bread (or two)

crumble up corn bread

a cup or so of gluten-free crumbs (I use the Lunndberg rice Chip crumbs that I save in the freezer & put them in the blender) This just lightens up the dressing a bit, you could just add a little cooked rice instead...

add diced celery (1/2 the stalk for one pan of cornbread the whole thing for two pans)

1 bunch diced green onions

1 yellow onion diced

mix all up,

add about a cup or two of chicken stock (to moisten but not make soupy)

add one or two raw eggs, beaten

2 teaspoons of sage or to taste (I go by smell)

2 teaspoons or so of poultry seasoning

salt to taste if there was none in the broth

pour all in a greased oblong baking pan, bake at 350 degrees till edges start to brown a bit.

serve with chicken, or ham or turkey, heck it is good with anything, add gravy and or cranberry sauce on the side.

For those of you still putting stuffing in the turkey, they say it is really not a safe way to cook the stuffing or the turkey... You should just stick an onion, carrot, bouquet garni, etc in the bird for flavor then discard it when the turkey is cooked.

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My "recipe" is similar to Laura J's, but I use 1 loaf of Ener-G Brown Rice Loaf and 1 batch of homemade cornbread. I cube and dry all the bread (I always make a 22-24 lb turkey, so we use a lot of stuffing). When I'm ready to make the stuffing I simply add chopped onion, chopped apple and raisins, salt, pepper, poultry seasoning, some olive oil and chicken broth - just to make the cubes slightly moist. Then I stuff the turkey. Any that won't fit into the turkey I add more broth to and bake it in a covered casserole for 30-40 minutes.

The apples and raisins might sound strange, but they're really good.


Liz

Started Specific Carbohydrate Diet on 8-16-09 because son was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis and want to give him moral support.

Diagnosed with Minimal Change Nephrotic Syndrome in 2003. Discovered that going completely gluten-free put me in remission.

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