For most people, the highlight of a Thanksgiving supper is the turkey. For me and my carbivore nature, it’s definitely the stuffing. I love it so much that I would probably eat it everyday and never get bored of it. I was brought up on home made stuffing, I remember my mother had to make extra batches because we could not get enough of it. Also, I know you can get the boxed stuff at the store but it’s so easy to make that there isn’t really an excuse for buying those anyway.
I know there are countless fancy recipes out there but I much prefer the traditional kind (or what I think is traditional?). Seriously, keep peppers and sausage away from my stuffing, that is just gross.
- 1.5 loaf of white bread, sliced
- 3 tbsps butter
- 1 sweet onion, diced
- 2 cups chicken stock (1 cup can be replaced with turkey juices)
- Fresh thyme, as desired
- Salt + pepper
- Cut bread into small cubes and broil until golden in the oven. Transfer to a non-stick baking dish
- In a pan, melt the butter and soften the onion. Toss the onion, butter, stock, thyme, salt and pepper with the bread cubes.
- Bake at 350°F for about 25-30 minutes.