Julie's Oyster Stuffing

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1 1/2 pints fresh shucked oysters, save the liquor from the oysters
1 large package pepperidge farm herb stuffing mix
3 eggs
1 stick melted butter
1/4 cup chopped celery, lightly sauteed
2 cup, chopped onions, lightly sauteed
2 tsp. poultry seasoning
1/2 cup chopped fresh parsley

Melt the butter in a frying pan, add celery and onions-cook for 5 minutes until they loose their crispness. In a large bowl place all the herb stuffing mix, add cooked celery, onions, with all the melted butter, parsley, the 3 beaten eggs, poutry seasoning, all the drained oysters. Salt and pepper to taste. Combine well. Start slowly adding the oyster liquor to the combined stuffing mixture. I like a fairly wet dressing but stop anywhere that looks proper for you. I will use at least a pint of liquor. Stuff into a gorgeous turkey cavity and roast until done. 


- Recipe courtesy of Brenda Athanus



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