ou cook cornbread dressing in a roaster oven
Cornbread dressing, for stuffing into a chicken or turkey for example, will tend to have other ingredients in it besides the cornbread recipe. As dressing, it will probably have onions, celery, giblets and/or additional spices and herbs added to it.
Yes, it's safe to freeze sausage cornbread dressing, cooked or uncooked.
There are different ways to make cornbread dressing. The best way is get a box of cornbread stuffing and adding a can of cream of mushroom to it.
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7cups in the cornbread dressing
Cornbread dressing recipes are found at All Recipes, Deep South Dish, and Chickens in the Road. A further recipe can be found at Divas Can Cook with a video demonstration.
Recipes for Cornbread Dressing can be found on Allrecipes, Food, Myrecipes, Askville, and Deepsouthdish. There are many different variations for this recipe so choose the one you would like the best.
it can be out for only a day then put it in the fridge!!!!
You can make your cornbread dressing more moist by adding more broth to the recipe. When you pour the dressing into the baking pan, if you have a little broth standing on top, it should turn out moist. Another way is, when you add the broth to the dressing mixture, stir it well, and let it sit for a little while to allow the cornbread to absorb the moisture. Then add more broth. I have also checked the dressing during baking, and if it seems to be getting dry, I drizzle broth over the top and put it back in the oven. The broth you add will absorb into the dressing.
you can have dressing, greens, dumplings, cornbread, smokemeat, and to add to it... dutch apple pie for dessert:)
it probably has to much broth or if you add eggs there may be to many.