With Thanksgiving and Christmas coming up, most of us are looking forward to our most favorite stuffing. Some call it stuffing, while others call it dressing; nevertheless, it’s the same thing. And rather we want our traditional type of stuffing, or something new type of stuffing for our families, there are wonderful ways of making this favorite, holiday side dish of all time.
Stuffing can be made in a variety of ways. While mostly all types of stuffing use the standard cornbread and bread crumbs, there are still different variations of stuffing. So without further ado, some great ways in making stuffing/dressing include the following:
1. The Cajun Cornbread Stuffing-some argue that it’s not stuffing, but it’s dressing, because it goes on the side of the bird. It’s prepared with the utmost care for the cornbread part and the dressing part. Cornbread will include buttermilk, and the dressing will include Cajun like ingredients like white pepper, black pepper, bell pepper, cayenne pepper, etc. More about this recipe is retrievable at www.belleofthekitchen.blogspot.com/2010/11/thanksgiving-starcajun-cornbread.html.
2. Vegetarian Stuffing- This recipe created by Food Network is similar to Olive Garden’s salad dressing.
3. Raisin and wild rice stuffing- This is a nice change of pace that is nutritious, and filled with favor. The recipe consists of almonds, raisins, onion, celery, wild rice, etc. Even English muffins are used as the bread crumbs are used for just about any type of dressing/stuffing. For more information concerning the recipe, check out http://gourmet.mazack.org/tag/rice/page/2/.
4. Oyster Dressing- For many who love stuffing and seafood, this could be a great treat. With all the amazing ingredients that go into making the stuffing, shucked Oysters and the liquid from the Oysters are also included in this great tasting dish. For more information, check out www.ibelieveicanfry.com/2011/12/oyster-dressing.html.
5. Sausage Dressing- And last but not least, sausage dressing is definitely delicious. The juices from pork and red meat are very succulent. These juices bring out flavor in just about any dish. For more information, check out www.grandmalindasrecipes.com