Stuffing Recipes for Your Thanksgiving Dinner

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Stuffing is one of those side dishes that Thanksgiving wouldn't be complete without. After all, it’s delicious and hearty! If you’re in charge of bringing the side dishes this year, then why not whip up some stuffing? Get ready to impress your friends and family. Here are a few stuffing variations that will have you channeling your inner chef.


First, using your classic stuffing recipe, add these ingredients for some extra yumminess.


Apple-Herb Stuffing

Add 2 chopped apples to your stuffing recipe to really amp up that fall flavor. The crunchy fruit also adds a nice texture to this dish.


Cranberry-Nut Stuffing

Add 1 cup of dried cranberries along with 2 chopped pears. Later, toss in 1 cup of chopped toasted walnuts or pecans. This sweet and nutty addition is a fall favorite!

Apricot-Hazelnut Stuffing

For this variation, toss in 1 ½ cups of diced dried apricots and 1 cup of chopped toasted hazelnuts to create a savory dish. Is your mouth watering yet?


Wild Mushroom

Instead of onions, use 3 cups of chopped leeks and rosemary instead of sage. Then, cook with 1 pound of sliced, mixed wild mushrooms.

Need a classic stuffing recipe? Here are a few to start with that are perfect for beginners or experts!

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