How to make it

  • I make the bread crumbs 2 days ahead of time and dry out in oven on low.
  • all spices are eyeball method or as desired.
  • place chopped up onion and celery is deep fry pan and sautee in butter til transparent...set aside to cool.
  • in a large kettle, place bread crumbs and add the sausage in small chunks, raw. I pinch with fingers for small chunks.
  • add seasonings and stir.
  • add eggs and stir well.
  • add celery and onions mixture and stir well.
  • add raisins and drizzle some pineapple juice over mixture.
  • stir well to mix all, do not make to wet, only moist enough to stick together.
  • stuff both ends of Turkey and place remainder in a cassarole dish with bacon on the bottom so it wont stick.
  • bake turkey as required for pounds, basting often.
  • if being cooked in cassarole dish, make sure you get some of the drippings from the turkey to drizzle on top of dressing, this is important for flavor and moistness, and bake for about 40 minutes.
  • check often so it does not burn. this is done at 375 degree oven.
  • enjoy and make sure you put some turkey gravey on top.

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  • paprikamama 12 years ago
    Oh yes..its a good stuffing for any meat...try it and I bet you'll be hooked
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  • linebb956 12 years ago
    I can't do this on turkey day... we are all cornbread here ... south of the Mason Dixon line! But.. this would be wonderful with porkchops... OMG... Wonderful!
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  • pudgy47 12 years ago
    Really sounds good! Give this a trail run before (BIRD DAY). Thanks,,
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