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Part 1: Gathering the Ingredients
The first step in creating the perfect Thanksgiving dressing is gathering all the ingredients. You'll need fresh vegetables, herbs, bread, and some secret seasonings. Make sure everything is prepared and ready to go before we begin.
MELT 1 STICK BUTTER IN LARGE BOWL THEN ADD:
1 CUP CHOPPED CELERY (FINE)
1 LARGE ONION CHOPPED
2 RAW EGGS
ONE 2-CUP CORNBREAD RECIPE (BAKED & CRUMBLED)
4-5 HOMEMADE BISCUITS (CRUMBLE AND TOAST)
1 TSP. SAGE
4 CUPS CHICKEN STOCK (BOIL A FRYER CHICKEN, DON’T USE CANNED)
1/2 TSP. SALT
1/2 TSP. PEPPER
Part 2: Preparing the Biscuits. The day old biscuits are a crucial component of this old fashioned dressing. We'll show you how to make the best biscuits from scratch. It's important to get the texture and flavor just right, so follow along as we walk you through the steps.
2 CUPS SELF-RISING FLOUR (WHITE LILY)
1 PINCH BAKING SODA
3/4 -1 CUP WHOLE BUTTERMILK
1/4 CUP CRISCO SHORTENING
Part 3: Preparing the Cornbread The cornbread is a crucial component of the dressing. We'll show you how to make the best cornbread from scratch. It's important to get the texture and flavor just right, so follow along as we walk you through the steps.
2 CUPS BUTTERMILK CORNMEAL MIX (WHITE-LILY, SELF-RISING)
1 1/2 CUPS WHOLE BUTTERMILK
1/4 CUP CORN OIL
1 RAW EGG
Part 4: Combining the Ingredients
Once the cornbread is ready, it's time to combine all the ingredients together. We'll show you the perfect ratio of vegetables, bread, and seasonings to create a delicious and flavorful dressing.
Part 5: Baking and Serving
After all the ingredients are combined, we'll bake the dressing to perfection. The aroma will fill your kitchen and get you even more excited for Thanksgiving. Once it's done, we'll show you the best way to serve it and some tasty garnishes to add. Conclusion: And there you have it - the perfect Thanksgiving dressing recipe. I hope you enjoyed watching this video and that it inspires you to create your own delicious dressing. Don't forget to like this video, subscribe to my channel, and let me know in the comments below how your dressing turned out. Happy Thanksgiving!
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