SOUTHERN STYLE CORNBREAD DRESSING

SOUTHERN STYLE CORNBREAD DRESSING
SOUTHERN STYLE CORNBREAD DRESSING

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servings

PREP TIME

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minutes

TOTAL TIME

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minutes

SERVINGS

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servings

Ingredients

  • Over-All Ingredient Shopping List:

  • Chicken – I use Chicken Breasts Only for my stock

  • Eggs

  • Milk

  • Butter

  • Shortening, or Pam/Cooking Oil

  • Celery

  • Onions

  • Sage, I buy the larger bottles, not the 1/2 size, I do not ever buy the ‘store brand’ of spices.

  • Cornbread Mix – Martha White’s Regular Yellow Cornbread Mix {can use the White if store is out of

  • Yellow} – Note: Do Not Use The Sweet Cornbread Mix or the Mexican Cornbread Mix

  • Biscuits – Pioneer Buttermilk Biscuit Mix

  • Salt

  • Pepper, I use the large grind pepper

Directions

Un-frozen Boneless Breasts of Chicken – 6 or 7 Rinse Place in a large pan Sprinkle a little salt on top of the chicken Add a little black pepper Add one [1] medium peeled whole onion Add 4 or 5 sticks of Celery {I use the ones that are on the outside of the stalk – wash very good and dry, cut both ends off – depending upon the size of your pan, you may need to cut them in half – you do not want to cut too small, as you have to remove them when the chicken is done. Add 1 stick of butter [no whipped butter] Fill Pan with water – make sure to leave enough room at top so that it will not boil over onto your stove. Take a long cooking tool and separate the chicken a little, it will be clumped at the bottom – stir gently. You will need to separate the chicken several times while it is cooking. Place on Medium Heat or Medium/High Heat You will need to watch this. I typically partially cover the pan. You want to make sure that the Chicken is thoroughly cooked. When the Chicken and Stock are finished. You need to carefully remove the chicken from the stock. I place it on a platter, so that it can cool. You need to then remove the onion and celery from the stock. Set the Stock Aside. You will use it in your dressing.

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