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Home made stuffing

Home Made Stuffing Recipe

This home made stuffing recipe is another of my Dad’s excellent recipes. My Dad has a way of making complex tasks look easy but this one really is as simple as adding stuff to a blender and the taste of the resulting stuffing is absolutely to die for. So here it is…home made stuffing ala Mick Bernier:-
  • 1 large onion
  • Zest and juice of 1 lemon
  • Quarter loaf stale bread
  • Slack handful of fresh sage leaves
  • 1 tblsp Mix of other herbs (whatever you like – mixed herbs, basil, oregano – whatever sounds good to you)
  • 1 egg
  1. Make breadcrumbs from the bread using a blender
  2. Add the other ingredients to the blender 1 by 1
  3. Cook for 30 mins on gas mark 6 or whatever temperature your meat is cooking at.
Enjoy this home made stuffing recipe, it really is a fantastic treat, and very hard to get wrong 🙂
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Categories: Good Old English Recipes, The Sunday Roast

3 responses to “Home made stuffing”

  1. Mill River says:

    OMG! those food are so mouth watering. Thanks for sharing the recipe, I would definitely try to make this at home. 😀

  2. parry says:

    Really nice recipe you have posted, this one looks so nice. I am a novice, how easy would you say this is to make?

  3. Phill says:

    Home made stuffing is REALLY easy to make – it does help a lot if you have a blender to make the breadcrumbs though 🙂

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