How to make it

  • Make a pan of corn bread in a cast iron skillet;
  • Let it cool, or even let it sit out overnight to get stale;
  • Break up the corn bread with your hands in a large bowl;
  • In a saute pan, melt butter and cook the veggies until slightly wilted;
  • Dump the veggies into the bowl with the corn bread;
  • Add the mushroom soup, the egg, and the seasonings, then mix;
  • Fold in the oysters with their juices;
  • Add chicken broth if it looks too dry;
  • Bake in a greased casserole for one hour or until the top is a golden brown and the inside is "set".
  • Keep in mind that the amounts in this recipe are not exact so experiment and use what tastes good to you!

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  • mcintoshryland 2 years ago
    Just like my grandma used to make... Love it!!!
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  • tjholmes200 5 years ago
    I would like for someone to give me a recipe for Don't laugh it is the best,it comes stuffed in a TUR-DUC-HEN its shrimp/crawfish/stuffing very good please help!
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  • pipit13 6 years ago
    LOL, I love you comment mystic river1. You are so right. This sounds great. Love dressing, and Thanksgiving or Christmas would not be without it.
    My Grandmother made oyster dressing always, but very different.
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    " It was excellent "
    mystic_river1 ate it and said...
    Well, I LOVE oysters. and great recipe thanks. Now, we call it dressing when it is baked apart from bird.....but if you stuff the bird with it...we call it stuffing and the big question is...who cares what we call it? Not when the recipe is this good!Great post!
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