Scrap Quilter living near Washington DC with a cat a husband & a Little Boy!
Make life easy - chop up 1/2 a medium onion, about 1 large stalk of celery and saute in roughly a 1/4 cup of butter. Get the Pepperidge Farm stuffing, moisten with vegetable stock and add the butter/onion/celery mixture. Darned good eating!!
I do about the same just 'super-sized' - a whole white onion, 3 or 4 celery stalks, peel, core and chop up a large apple and mix into an herbed stuffing mix from the store. Melt a stick of butter with a cup of stock. (I also add a slightly beaten egg that can easily be omitted if needed) Add more stock if it's too dry. Enjoy!
To either one of these two comments, add a slurry of brown sugar, cinnamon, and raisins and make yourself a sweet stuffing. We add this to a package of Pepperidge Farm stuffing. When you bake it it gets crusty on top from the brown sugar and butter. We fight to the death for those bits...it's not pretty!Good Luck.
Well I don't know but I wanted to put my stamp on this post anyway!
I'll go along with Suzan and Libby, but I'd add some sauteed sliced mushrooms and/or some dried cranberries and/or any other tasty morsels you have in the fridge!
We always have vegetarian stuffing and I start with the bagged kind, add more sage, less butter, and lightly saute onion, celery and sliced apple. Yum!!
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