Find moist, flavourful sage and onion stuffing recipes for a Sunday roast chicken or your Christmas turkey.
This delicious recipe comes from my gran. It may be cooked as directed, or inside the turkey. It's enough to stuff a very large bird. Note that you should allow 24 hours for the bread to dry out before making.
An economical and child-friendly recipe that makes a great alternative to a traditional roast. It's amazing how far a small amount of mince can stretch.
When my mum became a coeliac the one thing she missed was stuffing! For 2 years we have been trying to find some, first bought it in Sainsbury's and that was good until they stopped the product so we have been experimenting ever since and now we have cracked it! The flavour and texture were an almost perfect match to Paxo's.
When it comes to a Sunday lunch or special dinner, you can't beat roast chicken. This version, with its fragrant fresh herb stuffing, is simply the best.
This is an easy way to make 'extra' stuffing for a large crowd, saving space because it cooks in a slow cooker. Very tasty and moist stuffing!
Turn sage and onion stuffing into a moreish party nibble! Simply prepare the stuffing, then roll them into balls and wrap with bacon or pancetta. Bake them till crisp to make a special Christmas treat.
Smoked bacon and fresh herbs add great flavour to this traditional stuffing for roast turkey. It actually tastes better if you make it the night before as this gives the flavours time to develop.
Sage and onion stuffing that's vegetarian and delicious! Meat eaters are sure to enjoy this vegetarian stuffing, too.
This stuffing is simple and quick and easy to make. Enjoy as is or use to stuff a chicken or turkey. It also makes a great sandwich filler with roast chicken and cranberry sauce.
The distinctiveness of this turkey stuffing comes from the orange liqueur, spicy Italian sausage, apples and pecans. It's also very easy to prepare. This stuffing recipe makes enough to stuff one 9 to 10kg bird. If you prefer, this stuffing can be made with thyme instead of sage.