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Bob Willett's Stuffing

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The fixings for my favorite Jimmy Dean sausage dressing recipe, which my good friend, Bob Willet, concocted several years earlier. 

Take a box of Mrs. Cubbison's seasoned stuffing mix, a bag of Pepperidge Farms brown bread stuffing mix and a bag of cubed bread stuffing mix. 

Add 3-4 packages browned and drained Jimmy Dean's sage seasoned pork sausage, one stalk or less of chopped celery, one and a half brown onions chopped, sage and poultry seasoning to taste, 3-4 cans low fat and no salt Swanson’s chicken broth. 

Knead well, bake to an internal temperature of 165-170°F and enjoy. 

Allow one-half cup of stuffing for each pound of turkey.

Courtesy of Chuck Diamond 

 

 

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