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Thanks for this. Some stuffing recipes call for breakfast sausage. We avoid pork. Would the different seasonings in turkey sausage be a deal breaker?

Would the taste be thrown off if we used turkey sausage instead of pork?

asked by Cecile 5 months ago

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added 5 months ago

In general, stuffing recipes are pretty forgiving and easy to adapt to various flavor preferences and/or dietary restrictions. The best thing you can do is experiment with the seasonings and keep tasting as you go. Here's one recipe that calls for turkey sausage, in case the flavors inspire you: https://food52.com/recipes...

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added 5 months ago

I regularly switch between pork and garlic sausages and chicken and garlic or chicken and apple sausages. Have to admit there is really very little noticeable difference, and those who don't know what the sausage is can't tell. Use what you have or feel comfortable with.

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added 5 months ago

Thanks!