Crock Pot Stuffing
This Crock Pot Stuffing recipe will make the preparation of all your stuffings on those dinners and days when you want something as special as a stuffing a simple and quick thing for you to prepare. The crock pot is a great way to cook because it makes everything so easy and quick. The crock pot stuffing recipe can just be quickly tossed together and you can likely expect pretty much perfect results each time you make your crock pot stuffing recipe this way. And that beats having stuffing that is sometimes so dried out and hard, or worse, stuffing that has been under cooked inside the bird or meat and so could possibly be dangerous to eat.
Stuffing is no longer recommended to be cooked inside birds although many of us still do that method with our crock pot stuffing recipe. Still, there are lots of arguments against doing this cooking method for safety purposes. First, you often leave the bird out too long, which can result in bacteria forming on and in the bird. Second, the stuffing, when it cooks, may not be ready at the same time as the bird is, and you could remove the bird while the stuffing ahs not reached a sufficiently high temperature to be eaten. That can be quite dangerous. So if you choose to follow the cooking method where the stuffing is put in the bird, take all precautions to ensure a good outcome.
This crock pot stuffing recipe avoids all the issues of the bird and bacteria challenges and simply puts the stuffing in to the crock pot. This is a great method and will ensure a stuffing that is moist and flavorful. Perhaps it will not be quite as good as if the stuffing were placed inside the bird, but to avoid any potential problems, this crock pot method is a terrific second choice. Stuffing is a recipe not meant for amateur cooks or bakers, so be sure that you make the stuffing, especially if you plan to put the stuffing in the bird to cook. Care and attention as well as strict handling are imperative to prevent bacteria on the bird and in the stuffing, which could possible make people quite ill, or possibly even worse.
This stuffing recipe is a quick and easy one that guarantees great results for your special dinner. It uses commercial bread stuffing to start things out, so that will ensure that this stuffing is moist and flavorful, and that everyone in the family will enjoy it. Try it soon, and then even your new cook or baker can help you put it together, and together you can create a new holiday memory. Enjoy.
Nutrition Facts for: Crock Pot Stuffing From The Country Cook
Ingredients: Butter, celery, onion, salt, ground black pepper, mild Italian sausage, poultry seasoning, dried sage, dried marjoram, eggs, chicken stock, dried cubed bread stuffing.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 544, Calories from Fat 284, Total Fat 31.6g 49%, Saturated Fat 13.4g 67%, Cholesterol 119mg 40%, Sodium 1292mg 54%, Potassium 296mg 8%, Carbohydrates 44.8g 15%, Dietary Fiber 2.4g 10%, Sugars 4.5g, Protein 19.4g, Vitamin A 9%, Vitamin C 2%, Calcium 16%, Iron 24%
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