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Old 10-13-2011, 08:16 AM   #11
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It does look very delicious, and something I would take to a potluck, of which there are very MANY in this neighbourhood.

but a question: I don't like to use boxed stuffing mixes. What would this recipe look like with homemade stuffing instead? Guess I'll have to give it a go. My own fav stuffing uses only diced bread, onions, celery and lots of savoury, s&p, and some of the meat juices.
I'm sure it would look the same. Homemade is always better.

I noticed I corrected the recipe when I posted it, when I added black olives and took out the green pepper. I did add a bit of roasted red pepper, though.
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I have made this with homemade stuffing. It was better.
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I have made this with homemade stuffing. It was better.
Yeah, homemade stuffing is easy. I can't remember where I found this recipe. I think it was online. I thought black olives were a good substitute for green pepper. The roasted red pepper was mainly added for color.
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I like the colors of it. I had never thought to make this 'stuffing' a main dish, but why not?! It's going on my menu list this week, along with a slow-cooker beef brisket I just bought.
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TNT Sausage Casserole [LIST] [*]1/2 lb mild ground sausage [*]1/4 cup butter [*]1 cup diced black olives [*]1/2 medium onion chopped [*]1/4 cup celery, [*]2 garlic cloves, minced [*]6 cups herb seasoned bread stuffing mix [*]1/4 cup mozzarella cheese [*]1/2 teaspoon black pepper [*]2 cups chicken broth [*]1 egg... lightly beaten [/LIST][LIST=1] [*]Preheat oven to 325F. [*]Butter a 2 quart baking dish. [*]In a large skillet, cook sausage over medium heat until no longer pink; drain & remove from skillet. Set aside. [*]Pour any grease from skillet & melt butter. [*]Add celery & onion and saute until slightly tender, 2-3 minutes. Stir in the green pepper & garlic and continue to saute until all veggies are tender. [*]In a large bowl, combine the stuffing, sausage, celery mixture, cheese & pepper. Add broth and egg and toss to combine. [*]Spoon into prepared dish, cover and bake for 35 minutes. [*]Uncover and bake an additional 10-15 minutes or until lightly browned [/LIST] 3 stars 1 reviews
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