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Old 10-17-2018, 12:41 PM   #21
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...I just haven't figured out how to stuff it like Andy did.

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I stuffed the stuffing into a pan on the stovetop and cooked it there. Then I stuffed it into a serving bowl.
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I stuffed the stuffing into a pan on the stovetop and cooked it there. Then I stuffed it into a serving bowl.

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I think I might try putting some stuffing under the chicken. I've done that when oven roasting thighs and the stuffing was great after absorbing all the chicken drippings.
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I think I might try putting some stuffing under the chicken. I've done that when oven roasting thighs and the stuffing was great after absorbing all the chicken drippings.

When I make stuffing for Thanksgiving, I use Bell's seasoning. Mom used Bell's and using it ensures my stuffing is just like my mom's. Bell's also sells a Stovetop style boxed stuffing mix (that tastes the same) that you can make in a few minutes on the stovetop. It's a nice change of pace from potato or rice.
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