Friday, November 22, 2019

Sage and Sausage Stuffing - Recipe



I've posted this recipe before but I think it's worth sharing again, especially for the holidays.  It's a stuffing recipe a friend shared a few years ago and it's become my "go-to" dish to bring to holiday meals.  I just made some last week for a get-together with friends and I'm going to make more this Thursday.

Sausage and Sage Stuffing

Brown 1 lb. Bob Evans Sage Sausage in skillet.  Drain sausage.  Place one stick of butter in same frying pan with 1 medium diced onion and 2-3 stalks of diced celery.  Sautee for approximately 8-10 minutes.  Add 1 tsp. thyme and 1 1/2 tsp. sage.  Add sausage back in and saut√© for 2 minutes.

In large bowl, tear Italian or French bread into bite size pieces.  Add sausage mixture.  Pour in one 32 oz. box of chicken stock or broth.  Then mix in one beaten egg.

Spread everything out in a 13x9 greased pan and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour, 10 minutes.


8 comments:

monique s said...

This looks really tasty. I would love to have this for Sunday breakfast with some scrambled eggs.

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An Apel a Day said...

It looks tasty! I think I'm making Pumpkin Cannoli and a veggie tray. Everyone brings different things to ours.

Richard Brandt said...

Just in time for the holidays! Always looking for ideas to dress up the ol' stuffin'.

Mary Gardner said...

This sounds really good and not too complicated to make.

Renee said...


I've never had stuffing with sausage in it but I'd definitely try it.

Unknown said...

It Freelancing tips looks tasty! I think I'm making Pumpkin Cannoli and a veggie tray. Everyone brings different things to ours.

Michele P. said...

This sounds like a great recipe to try out for the holidays! Love stuffing and never tried one like this.