Sausage, Cranberry and Orange Stuffing

Sausage, Cranberry and Orange Stuffing

Gary Solomon
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Gary Solomon
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Joined: Oct 15 2005, 12:41 PM

May 4 2007, 04:12 PM #1

Sausage, Cranberry and Orange Stuffing.

So many of our readers are going to have Turkey for their Christmas Dinner. Last month we gave you a Leon Wagner's Rice Stuffing, a triumph to all rice stuffings. This month we have created a stuffing of equal honor.

It is the Sausage, Cranberry and Orange Stuffing. The smell is intoxicating. The lovely flavors of browned sausage and the tangy scent of cranberries and oranges will please any discriminating palate. Fill the Turkey or chicken with the stuffing right before baking.

You may prepare the stuffing ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator until ready to use. Bake any additional stuffing in an uncovered casserole dish. Thank you for choosing us for recipes and menu ideas. Enjoy good health and good eating.

Sweet Hawaiian Bread Cubes or Challah Bread-5 cups cut into cubes.
Vegetable oil-2 tablespoons.
Regular Breakfast Sausage-1 tube.
Onion-1 cup chopped.
Celery-1 cup chopped.
Sweet Butter-1 stick.
Salt-1 tablespoon.
Black Pepper- 1/2 teaspoon.
Bell's Poultry Seasoning-4 tablespoons.
Chicken Stock- 14 oz. can.
Fresh Parsley-3 tablespoons.
Dried Cranberries- 1 cup.
Crisp Macintosh Apple-1 chopped finely.
Dried Orange Rind-1 tablespoon.


Place the bread cubes on a cookie sheet and toast in the oven on broil. When toasted on one side toss the bread cubes and toast again. Set aside. In a large pan add the oil. Brown the sausage in the oil breaking it up into small pieces. When browned add the onion, celery, salt and pepper into the pot. Cook the mixture until the onion become translucent. Place the butter in the pan until it melts. Add the bread cubes. Sprinkle the Bell's Poultry Seasoning on top of the bread and toss the entire mixture. Add the parsley, chopped apple, dried cranberries and orange rind. Combine well. Pour the chicken stock over the mixture and continue mixing until the stuffing mixture comes together. Cool and stuff the Turkey.


Submitted by Gary Solomon.

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