Holiday Stuffing Recipe Tips : Ingredients Needed to Make Holiday Stuffing

Uploaded by expertvillage on 09.02.2008

Hi my name is Brandon Sarkis on behalf of Expert Village. Today I'm going to show you
how to make a really great holiday caramelized onion and sage stuffing. Okay, let's go down
our list for today's stuffing recipe. I've decided to make a short cut here to make it
easier for everyone to make. So we're actually going to use cornbread just to speed things
up. If you want you can actually make your own cornbread. I'd actually recommend you
go to and look up my cornbread recipes if they're on there. The cornbread
recipe's really great. So we're going to short cut this and actually use one six ounce packet
of cornbread mix. Now for the cornbread we're also going to need one egg, woopsie, and two
thirds of a cup of milk, and that's all we need for our cornbread mix. Now if you're
actually making the real cornbread mix it's a lot more stuff than that. But that's what
we're going to worry about for that. Now for the actual dressing itself we're going to
need a couple of ribs of celery, or stalks of celery, we're going to need one whole yellow
onion. This is a big one but that's fine. Otherwise you use two small ones, but this
is one big one. I've also got some sage here. You're going to want total about a quarter
of a cup, which is about two ounces by volume, not by weight. I also have here two tablespoons
of just plain stick butter. One egg as well, to keep the dressing all bound together and
keep it from just being a crumbly pile of stuff. Right here I have one quarter cup of
heavy whipping cream, and right here I have one quarter cup of chicken stock. Now if you're
concerned and don't want to use chicken stock, you could also use vegetable stock for this,
but chicken stock, you get a better product, but a matter of personal preference. And lastly
but certainly not least, salt and pepper which goes in everything I make. So, with that being
said let's move on to see what equipment we're going to need for today.