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Thursday, 10 November 2016

Simply Recipes: 3 New Recipes - Sausage, Sage & Cornbread Stuffing and more...

Simple swaps can give old favorites new life. In this Thanksgiving stuffing recipe, I swapped traditional cubes of rustic white bread for toasted cornbread to make a stuffing that feels fresh without straying too far from the familiar (and beloved). ...

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Sausage, Sage & Cornbread Stuffing

Simple swaps can give old favorites new life. In this Thanksgiving stuffing recipe, I swapped traditional cubes of rustic white bread for toasted cornbread to make a stuffing that feels fresh without straying too far from the familiar (and beloved).

Cornbread lends a faint sweetness to the stuffing and a distinctive toothsome texture, while flavors like browned sausage and fresh sage strike familiar flavor notes. Cornbread stuffing is also an excellent option for those who need to eat gluten-free.

This stuffing ends up closer to a classic Thanksgiving bread stuffing than a true Southern-style cornbread stuffing, but with flavors and ingredients that everyone can enjoy.

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Balsamic-Glazed Red Onions

Onions are too often the supporting actors in the kitchen when they should be the stars.

This stunning dish gives red onions their own glamorous role at the table. Roasted and glazed with balsamic vinegar, these onions can accompany a vegetarian main course or a succulent roast chicken without skipping a beat.

Even better: the recipe is so simple that you'll think you're cheating.

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Turkey Brine

I started brining my Thanksgiving turkey a few years ago and haven't looked back. It's my Thanksgiving insurance policy: if I get distracted as I'm making dinner and the turkey overcooks, I know I can still count on the turkey turning out moist and flavorful.

What is brining? It means making a salt water solution and submerging the turkey for about 24 hours before roasting. This spa treatment helps the turkey retain more moisture during roasting and prevents it from drying out.

A brine also gives me a chance to season the turkey with herbs and spices, especially the skin! Sage and citrus is one of my favorite combinations. It's so festive and makes the house smell amazing.

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