Thanksgiving Sides Old Fashioned Southern Cornbread Dressing Recipe

Thanksgiving isn’t Thanksgiving without Traditional Southern Cornbread Dressing. It just isn’t.  It’s probably the dish that I look forward to the most. It’s the one I spend the most time making sure is absolutely perfect, and it’s the cheapest thing on the table.

Now I know that some of you people out there call it “stuffing” and that you actually put it inside the bird.  Let me tell you, you are making it way to difficult to get to. Dressing should be easily accessible at all times. It is delicious enough to get a whole dish of it’s own.

Crumble all of the bread together and mix well. Add in chopped sage, celery, onion and garlic and mushrooms if using. Season with salt and pepper. Taste for seasoning.

Pour mixture into a 13×9 dish or other large pan and press down firmly.

Pour enough chicken stock over the dressing to make a squishy, homogeneous mass. Let sit

Ingredients Large Onion Minced Garlic Large Biscuits Heavy Hand Of Salt And Pepper Chicken Broth 7-Inch Pans Of Cornbread – Southern Style ( That Means No Sugar) Mushrooms Minced Fresh Sage Stalks Celery With Leaves Swipe up for full list

Recipe Info Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 1 hour Total Time: 1 hour Course: holiday, side dish Cuisine: Christmas, Holiday, Southern, Thanksgiving Servings: 8 servings

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