Traditional Stuffing

Nothing says the holidays like some delicious stuffing and there are so many variations of it out there. But when I have a big meal to prepare, I tend to go with a basic, traditional stuffing. It his on all points: buttery, most, celery for the crunch… You know, the basics.

The pics I’m going to show is a double batch but the description will be for a single batch. 

Melt 5 Tbs butter in a pan.

Add a chopped onion

Chop 2 celery stalks and add to the mix.

Cook for about 5 minutes then add a 2 cups of chicken broth.

Bring to a boil

As that was getting to a boil, add a package of your favorite seasoned stuffing to a bowl. I know, cheater right? Lol. Anything to make our lives easier works for me. 🙂

Pour your celery/onion mix on top.

Mix, place in a baking dish, and bake for 30 minutes at 350.

BOOM! Simple and tasty. Enjoy. 🙂

Till next time…

John

The Tastefully Simple guy

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