Turkey Stuffing

From turkey sausage stuffing to favorites like cranberry or corn bread stuffing, search no further for the best turkey stuffing recipes for Thanksgiving or weekend dinners.

How to Make Turkey Stuffing

While the turkey may be the centerpiece of your holiday feast, sometimes it's upstaged by what's inside the bird--the turkey stuffing, or dressing, as some people prefer to call it. Stuffing has been used for centuries in all types of foods, though it's hard to say for sure when knowing how to make turkey stuffing first became essential to creating a proper Thanksgiving feast. Classic turkey stuffing is made with bread, spices and herbs and stuffed inside the main cavity of the bird, though you can cook it separately in a casserole or baking dish, too.

Mushroom Stuffing

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Stuff this savory stuffing in your holiday turkey or serve it alongside chicken or beef any time of the year.

Classic Roast Turkey with Stuffing

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Roast turkey is often the centerpiece of Thanksgiving celebrations. This recipe helps cooks prepare a moist bird stuffed with flavor.

Loaded Bread Stuffing

Diabetic Living

To keep this low-calorie stuffing vegetarian, simply swap vegetable broth in for the chicken broth.

Bulgur Stuffing

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Bulgur, a quick-cooking form of whole wheat, is high in nutritional value. It adds a nutty flavor to this healthy recipe that can be used to stuff a turkey.

Herb-Butter Roast Turkey

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Butter, herbs, and garlic rubbed onto the traditional Thanksgiving turkey creates a flavor-saturated show stopper. Serve it with festive trimmings including pears and herbs.

Savory Stuffing with Fruit & Pecans

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Serve this unexpected sweet and savory stuffing alongside your holiday turkey or roast.

Holiday Corn Bread Stuffing

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Cornbread stuffing not only tastes great, but the Southern-style classic adds a pretty autumn hue to holiday plates. Save leftover cornbread or corn muffins from other meals in a tightly sealed bag in the freezer. When its time to make stuffing, you'll be all set.

Cherry-Pecan Stuffed Turkey

Midwest Living

Dried cherries add a hint of sweetness to the traditional stuffing in this side-dish recipe. The chopped pecans lend a satisfying crunch.

Maple-Glazed Turkey Breast with Orange-Parsley Stuffing

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For the holidays, this irresistible turkey breast is a delightful alternative to roasting a whole bird.

Oven-Roasted Apricot-Stuffed Turkey Breast

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Use kitchen shears to snip the dried apricots. It's easier, faster, and neater than using a knife and cutting board.

Roast Turkey with Old-Fashioned Bread Stuffing

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If you want to stick with tradition, this is the turkey for you. Time-tested ingredients--celery, mushrooms, onions, and poultry seasoning--enhance the stuffing beautifully.

Herb-Rubbed Turkey with Pear Stuffing

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The dried herb coating on the turkey and a pilaf-style stuffing add a new twist to the classic Thanksgiving centerpiece.

Mushroom and Wild Rice Stuffing

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Loaded with vegetables, this recipe can easily be served as a side dish, but it's especially delectable with turkey or chicken.

Turkey with White Bread Stuffing

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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.

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