O.K. It started with me making cornbread. I wanted to make stuffing with the leftovers. Tuesday I went over to buy cornish game hens, but something had gotten screwed up with the order. They won't be in now till Friday, and I won't be able to make them till Sunday. So, I want to make the stuffing tonight. I want to use up some boneless, skinless chicken thigh meat we have in the freezer. I am thinking of making a casserole with the cornbread, onions, celery, herbs, (cooked in butter, of course!) sausage, maybe dried cranberries, nuts(?), and the chicken thigh meat. Any suggerstions as to how to cook the thigh meat? I don't want it to be dried out, of course. Last time I tried to quickly pan-fry chunks, they got a bit dried out. Since the thighs are skinless, I don't think that I can cook them on top of the stuffing. Any ideas? Thanks!
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