Anyone want to share a good one?
We attended our Thanksgiving Luncheon on Monday for our RL playgroup. It was potluck. One of the girls made her 'Crock Pot Dressing'.
It was go good that this year I am ditching my Mammaw's recipe (they are very similar- only you can keep adding broth in the crock pot to keep it moist...plus your oven is free for turkeys and pies).
Anyway- here ya go:
Crock Pot Dressing:
1 pan of cornbread ( I usually make 2 pie pans)
6-8 slices of bread, toasted
1 onion, chopped
1 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1/4 cup celery (I don't measure this I just cut up a few stalks)
2 cans cream of chicken soup
2 cans chicken broth, (you'll need more to keep adding through out the cook time to keep it moist)
1 tsp. sage (you can adjust this to your taste)
1 tsp. poultry seasoning (keep in mind this also has sage in it)
2 TBSP. butter or margarine
2-3 chicken breast (these can be left out, it taste just as good without them, I usually only use them if I am making the dressing as a meal and not using it at Thanksgiving or Christmas.)
(I plan to add 4 chopped boiled eggs too- but I love boiled eggs.)
Boil Chicken in chicken broth. Mix together all ingredients listed above in crock pot. Add chicken last. Cook on low 6 hrs or high 4 hrs. Stirring occasionally to keep it from sticking and adding broth to keep it juicy. It may not need to cook the full 6 or 4 hrs.