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Old 11-17-2010, 06:33 PM   #1
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Help, lost recipe for onion stuffing/dressing!

I had a recipe for an onion stuffing (I think the recipe actually called it dressing though) I got it about 20 years ago from a Joy of cooking book.
All I remember is it had a ton of onions, melted butter, chicken broth, and regular bread cubbed. It had no meat.

I hadnt made it for a couple years, but this year I'm hosting Thanksgiving and My Dad asked me to make it.

Can anybody help? Thanks!

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Old 11-17-2010, 06:39 PM   #2
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Here is a link to a JoC apple and onion recipe:


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Old 11-17-2010, 06:45 PM   #3
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I just PM'd you the Onion Dressing recipes from the 1975 Joy of Cooking. Hopefully they are the ones you are looking for.

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Here is a link to a JoC apple and onion recipe:


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I found that to. It's not it. It had no apple in it. It was basically just onion, bread, broth, butter, herbs and spices, maybe an egg.

But thank you.
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Here is a link to a JoC apple and onion recipe:


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I found that to. It's not it. It had no apple in it. It was basically just onion, bread, broth, butter, herbs and spices, maybe an egg.

But thank you.
The one I sent you listed apples and olives as optional ingredients, but the basic recipe doesn't include them.

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The one I sent you listed apples and olives as optional ingredients, but the basic recipe doesn't include them.

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YES. Thank you. It is the first one. I remember having to boil the onions now. My Dad will be very happy. Thanks so much.
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You're welcome. I'm glad I could help.

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