Bringing stuffing to Friendsgiving and I want to make something that everyone can enjoy.
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Gosh, this should be easy. A simple Bread Stuffing will do. Here's mine: Just substitute oil for the butter to steer clear of the meet vs dairy rule. http://amazingribs.com...
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I was going to suggest a couple recipes but meathead's looks very good.
Another thing to be careful about...use bread that had no dairy in its ingredient list (often milk, esp in commercial bread).
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If you use stock it should be kosher (have a kosher symbol or be made from kosher poultry). Steer clear of butter (I use olive oil to sauté, or you can use a high-heat oil like canola or safflower ). Make sure the bread is free of milk or milk-based ingredients. If kosher sausage is available in your area, you can incorporate that.
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Here's a very good Challah Chestnut Stuffing recipe: http://toriavey.com/toris...
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