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Southern Cornbread Dressing



Classic Cornbread Dressing – Paula Deen Magazine

No Southern Thanksgiving table would be complete without this classic cornbread dressing. Makes 10 to 12 servings



Traditional Cornbread Dressing – Paula Deen Magazine

Makes 8 to 10 servings





Old-Fashioned Southern Cornbread Stuffing Recipe – Paula Deen

Popular in the South during Thanksgiving, this cornbread dressing will please even the pickiest guests. This delicious recipe uses crumbled cornbread, oven-dried white bread, celery, onion and several more ingredients.



Holiday Food in May

Paula Deen Stuffing/Dressing Yes, you read that right. This last Christmas, for the first time, we had a Holiday dinner at our home. I made the turkey, dressing, yams, and gravy! All by my lonesome. It was a big deal, especially for this lady who had only been cooking for less than a year. To my shock (& everyone else’s) everything came out wonderful. So a few days ago, randomly, Johnny & I decided it would be fun to have friends over on Thursday night & have all the wonderful food that we usually only get once a year. We are in a fun season of life that I am able to stay at home with Noah & have fun cooking up new recipes for us & friends to test out. Unfortunately we are in the month of May & not December so it is pretty toasty outside so to avoid getting the house hot with a Turkey roasting in the oven all day, I decided to use the crock pot. Pinterest led me to this turkey recipe on Kaylns Kitchen. I followed her recipe exactly with the exception of adding more carrots & celery just because the veggies are always so yummy cooked like this. To be honest I was kinda nervous about cooking a turkey in the crock pot because I had never done it before. Luckily, it was so easy and way less hectic than trying to finish up cooking dinner with a toddler clinging to me. I will definitely be using this method of cooking a turkey again but with different seasonings. I’ve decided I’m not a huge sage fan, but the turkey was very moist and yummy. Now for the stuffing. I used Paula Deen’s Dressing Recipe that I used for Christmas because this is by far the BEST dressing I have ever had. Paula Deen’s Chicken/Turkey Dressing Ingredients: 1 large loaf fresh white bread 1 small celerey top diced one large yellow onion 2 large eggs 1 large pinch of salt 1/4 teaspoon fresh cracked pepper 2 sticks of butter 1/2 cup of chicken stock Prep Work: (to make life easier I did all the prep work the night before) Grab a cutting board to cut your loaf of bread into cubes & then put it all back into the bag for the next day. You don’t have to cut it up instead you could just tare it but I like the way it looks better plus it saves you time the next day. Dice up your onions & celery to put into containers and back into the fridge for the next day. Ready to Cook: Oven at 350 Melt both sticks of butter in a very large pot over low/medium heat. Once melted throw your onions in along with the pepper & salt. Cook your onions until they appear translucent. Here are mine… Next add the celery and cook the mixture until tender. Once your celery is tender take your bag of chopped up bread and dump it into the mixture. Using a large spoon be sure to coat all of the bread with the buttery mixture. It takes a few minutes but make sure it is coated very well. Then turn off the heat and allow the stuffing to cool completely for about 20-25 minutes. Crack the 2 eggs in a bowl & give them just a few twist with a fork then dump the eggs over the stuffing. Use your clean hands to work the eggs over the stuffing mixture. Make sure that the mixture is nice and wet. If you need to, add an extra egg into the mix but most likely 2 will be enough. Now, dump the entire stuffing mixture into your baking dish, be sure to pack it in tightly. Use a knife to cut four lines through the stuffing mixture. Take about 1/4 – 1/2 cup of chicken stock and pour into the lines of the stuffing mixture. Now, pop your dish in the oven for about 25 minutes. Get Ready to Enjoy the best stuffing you have ever had! I have one more recipe to share, but I’ll save that for another day. Before I go, let me show you what my child was up to while I was cooking & what my kitchen looked like after cooking…. Thankful Johnny helped clean this all up before friends got to the house. Also, I meant to take a few pictures of us enjoy this yummy food, but I totally forgot. Hope you try these recipes! ~Brit



This Thanksgiving Stuffing Has the Perfect Texture

Thanksgiving Dressing/Stuffing | The Pioneer Woman This Thanksgiving dressing (or stuffing) recipe remains light and crumbly, and it doesn’t get soggy or lose any of its beautiful texture after it’s baked.





Southern Cornbread Dressing

This Thanksgiving dressing (or stuffing) recipe remains light and crumbly, and it doesn’t get soggy or lose any of its beautiful texture after it’s baked.



Our Family’s Favorite Thanksgiving Dressing Recipe

Our family’s favorite turkey dressing recipe for the holiday’s.



Homemade Corn Bread Dressing Recipe

This cornbread dressing recipe beats stuffing any day of the week. This dressing recipe is a must-have for any holiday that you serve turkey, ham, or prime rib.





Southern Cornbread Dressing with Sausage Recipe – Paula Deen

Sausage cornbread dressing is a Southern classic recipe that is popular during Thanksgiving. It uses breakfast sausage, cornmeal, buttermilk, green onions, celery and a few more ingredients. Pairs perfectly with baked ham or roasted turkey.



Paula Deen’s Cornbread Dressing

Sausage cornbread dressing is a Southern classic recipe that is popular during Thanksgiving. It uses breakfast sausage, cornmeal, buttermilk, green onions, celery and a few more ingredients. Pairs perfectly with baked ham or roasted turkey.



Easy Southern Cornbread Dressing

Sausage cornbread dressing is a Southern classic recipe that is popular during Thanksgiving. It uses breakfast sausage, cornmeal, buttermilk, green onions, celery and a few more ingredients. Pairs perfectly with baked ham or roasted turkey.





Grandma’s Oyster Dressing Recipe

A family favorite – passed down from my great-great grandma. Could definitely be slimmed down, but I’m entering it in the old-fashioned way just so I know how to count it on Thanksgiving. 🙂



Paula Deen’s Broccoli Casserole Recipe – Food.com

On the day before Thanksgiving I got a frantic call from my best friend. She needed Paula Deen’s Broccoli Casserole recipe! I looked on Zaar and couldn’t find it so I am posting it now. She says it is the BEST broccoli casserole. I have to take her word for it since I haven’t made it.



Paula Deen’s Cornbread Dressing

On the day before Thanksgiving I got a frantic call from my best friend. She needed Paula Deen’s Broccoli Casserole recipe! I looked on Zaar and couldn’t find it so I am posting it now. She says it is the BEST broccoli casserole. I have to take her word for it since I haven’t made it.





Southern Dressing

Southern Dressing Recipe | Ree Drummond | Food NetworkOn the day before Thanksgiving I got a frantic call from my best friend. She needed Paula Deen’s Broccoli Casserole recipe! I looked on Zaar and couldn’t find it so I am posting it now. She says it is the BEST broccoli casserole. I have to take her word for it since I haven’t made it.



Paula Deen Corn Casserole (With Video!)

The Southern Queen brings her signature twist to corn with this Paula Deen corn casserole recipe! Sweet meets savory meets fluffy meets creamy!



Cornbread Stuffing

The Southern Queen brings her signature twist to corn with this Paula Deen corn casserole recipe! Sweet meets savory meets fluffy meets creamy!





Southern Soul Food Cornbread Dressing | I Heart Recipes

Soul Food Cornbread Dressing Recipe | I Heart Recipes #thanksgivingrecipes #cornbread This Southern Style Cornbread Dressing is the perfect side dish for your next holiday gathering. It’s savory, flavorful and so easy!