Popular Stuffing Recipes

Stuffing recipes are intensely regional, and can differ wildly even from family to family. At it's most basic, stuffing is a side dish (for turkey, come Thanksgiving time, made from stale bread moistened with broth. But the dish has endless variations. (Cornbread! Rye Bread! Sausage! Oysters! Onions! No onions! Everyone has a favorite addition. It's like trying to describe all sandwiches with just one label.) No matter what kind of homemade stuffing you like, the important thing to remember is to infuse it with flavor - after all, you're turning something bland - stale bread - into an iconic Thanksgiving side. So splurge on the good broth, and throw in plenty of fresh herbs. Your guests will thank you.

Apple, Cranberry, and Cheddar Stuffed Turkey Tenderloin

From Diabetic Living

Apple, Cranberry, and Cheddar Stuffed Turkey Tenderloin

Minnesota Wild Rice-Stuffed Chicken

This chicken recipe earned its name from the state where wild rice first became known. The chewy texture and nutty taste of wild rice pairs delightfully with roast chicken.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Minnesota Wild Rice-Stuffed Chicken

Lemon Chicken with Stuffing

Make chicken and stuffing in the slow cooker for this easy, one-pot recipe. When it's done, top it with a mix of fresh lemon peel, parsley, and walnuts.

From Diabetic Living

Lemon Chicken with Stuffing

Fennel Corn Bread Stuffing

Make and bake a purchased corn bread mix, then add seasonings and vegetables for this simple stuffing that's great for holiday dinners.

From Diabetic Living

Fennel Corn Bread Stuffing

Fennel-Herb Bread Stuffing

From Diabetic Living

Fennel-Herb Bread Stuffing

Chicken with Sourdough Stuffing

Don't wait for Thanksgiving or Christmas to serve this popular combo recipe. For the stuffing, be sure to use a hard-crusted, dense sourdough loaf. A lighter bread may not give the best texture.

From Diabetic Living

Chicken with Sourdough Stuffing

Chestnut Stuffing

Peeling fresh chestnuts may be a bit tedious, but the result is worth the effort. Chestnut meat adds incredible texture and richness (without much fat) to a holiday stuffing. And, after all, it is a once-a-year ritual. But if you lack the patience, jarred vacuum-packed chestnuts are a convenient alternative.

From EatingWell

Chestnut Stuffing

Old-Fashioned Bread Stuffing

This simple recipe makes enough to stuff up to a 15-pound Thanksgiving turkey.It can also be baked in a casserole dish.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Old-Fashioned Bread Stuffing

Turkey with White Bread Stuffing

It's easy to roast the perfect turkey using this recipe. Start prepping the day before by placing the bread pieces in a shallow pan to dry overnight.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Turkey with White Bread Stuffing

Mushroom-Wild Rice Stuffing

Instead of using bread in your stuffing, give rice a try. In this recipe, the chewy texture of wild rice is accented with brown rice, nutmeg, and mushrooms.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mushroom-Wild Rice Stuffing

Baked Stuffed Flounder

Roasted celery, carrot, and leek along with tomato and imitation crab make a colorful filling for flounder fillets baked in white wine.

From Family Circle

Baked Stuffed Flounder

Roast Chicken With Corn Bread Dressing

Revive a time-honored tradition and roast a chicken for Sunday dinner. Your family will love the pecan and grape corn bread dressing as well as the sage-rubbed chicken.

From Family Circle

Roast Chicken With Corn Bread Dressing

Szechuan Roasted Chicken with Stuffing

Refreshing orange slices placed under the skin temper the spicy Szechuan seasoning used in this roast chicken recipe.

From Family Circle

Szechuan Roasted Chicken with Stuffing

Mushroom Stuffing

For some, the turkey plays second fiddle to the stuffing at Thanksgiving dinner. If one of those folks is at your table this year, treat them to this savory stuffing made with pumpernickel and French bread.

From Family Circle

Mushroom Stuffing

Cornbread Stuffing

Bake this cheesy cornbread stuffing in a casserole dish. The texture will be better and it's a lot easier than trying to stuff a turkey.

From Family Circle

Cornbread Stuffing

Regina Ragone's Sausage Stuffing

Try this update of old-fashioned bread stuffing by adding sweet Italian sausage and mushrooms. This dish is the highlight of any holiday table.

From Family Circle

Regina Ragone's Sausage Stuffing

Slow-Cooker Stuffed Peppers

From Family Circle

Slow-Cooker Stuffed Peppers

Classic Fresh Sage Stuffing

From Family Circle

Classic Fresh Sage Stuffing

Baked Flounder with Crabmeat Stuffing

From Family Circle

Baked Flounder with Crabmeat Stuffing

Corn Bread Dressing

From Family Circle

Corn Bread Dressing

Golden Roasted Turkey with Pan Gravy

From Family Circle

Golden Roasted Turkey with Pan Gravy

Apple-Sausage Stuffing

From Family Circle

Apple-Sausage Stuffing

Bacon Pine Nut Stuffing

From Family Circle

Bacon Pine Nut Stuffing

Sausage and Corn Bread Stuffing

From Family Circle

Sausage and Corn Bread Stuffing

Sausage Pear and Pecan Stuffing

Stuffing, or in this preparation, dressing, becomes a meal in itself with the addition of sausage and pears.

From Family Circle

Sausage Pear and Pecan Stuffing

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