My father in law has requested oyster dressing. Anyone make this as a side and have a recipe recommendation? I've never had nor made it...but I've promised to bring it for him anyway.
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You might try Paul Prudhomme, if Cajun flavors would work. I had his oyster dressing in a turducken I made with my family and remember liking it -- but there were lots of other, um, confounding stuffings and birds. For non-Cajun flavors, I think MrsWheelbarrow mentioned putting oysters in her "What We Call Stuffing" recipe on FOOD52 as a variation. Good luck!
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Here's one from The Pioneer Woman's blog that doesn't have cajun seasoning:
And here's one from Emeril Lagasse that does:
(per the comments, watch the amount of liquid.)
There is a great and easy one in Bon Appetit magazine. Should be able to find the recipe online at their site.
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