2 loaves of any kind of bread you like / or mix white & wheat .. etc
Homemade style bread is best – heavy & substantial is best
Lay out bread on cookie sheets over night to dry out and get stale!!!
In a large pan sauté in olive oil
1 large onion -chopped
2 cups chopped celery
Minced fresh garlic or garlic powder to taste
Saute until celery is tender & translucent
Add 1 stick butter to sauteed veggies and let melt.
Turn off heat when butter is melted
Tear or chop dry bread into small pieces place in a large bowl
Salt & pepper to taste
2 tblsp Poultry seasoning or more to taste
Mix in with dry bread, taste a piece
Add ½ bunch chopped parsley- fresh
Mix in with bread
Pour sautéed onion & celery with butter over dry bread mix well
Add warm canned chicken broth 1-2 cans.(14 oz cans) to moisten bread well.
Or if you have drippings from roasted turkey add them.
Pour into a 9x13 rectangle sheet cake pan.
Bake at 350 degrees for approx 30 minutes – or until golden brown
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- Lisa Marie
- Cincinnati, OH, United States
- A dedicated foodie, with a passion for the best food. Favorite food crushes include; Cheese, Wine, Breads, Seafood, anything made with eggs, ...there's actually no point in a list, there isn't much out there I don't have a crush on. Transplanted from the Northeast at age 18, a whole new frontier of food was opened up to me. I have fished for Salmon, hunted for mushrooms, cracked open fresh oysters from the sea and devoured them on the spot. Figs, pears, peaches, so many indigenous jewels! I dedicate this BLOG to the endless variety this region provides. My hope is to live here for a very long time & continue to discover and experience it's unique bounty! Alas, my life has now taken me to Cincinnati, OH where the food culture is like none I have ever experienced.